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post #11 of 30 (permalink) Old 03-04-2013, 01:16 PM
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I have never been embarrased when boarding. I fall all the time, under the lift, when attempting tricks, in front of people, etc. but I always go down laughing! Can't take things too seriously!
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While skating to the line, where you sit down for the lift, my rear foot slipped on ice the operators had not removed. I fell knocking the person next to me over. The lift operator stopped the lift as the chair just bumped my head.

The people behind me started laughing and I was really embarrassed. The lift resumed operation but it stopped suddenly after a few seconds. The person behind me fell over too knocking down the person beside him.

At that point the lift operators started bashing up the ice with their shovels.
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I was skating on flat from one lift to another the other day and somehow crossed up my feet and went down... pretty funny, not so much embarrassing but I guess it would be to some.
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Got an STD from a crack whore behind the patrol shack. What can I say, I dig toothless girls.
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This season I was doing some treelines and as I was ready to go back on a groomed trail, a tree appeared out of nowhere, I hitted the brakes but I still hitted the tree, I kinda hugged it Then all of the snow from the tree fell on me, pretty funny to watch according to my friends
Going down the backside of Stevens Pass there is a run called outer limits and we were riding that. My buddy in front of me who isn't the best just yet, didn't turn fast enough on a cat track and ended up hitting a snow wall at full speed. Left an imprint (he's a big guy) just like in the cartoons.
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^^^ THAT would be hilarious!
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Couple seasons back.....a buddy comes flyin' back into the flat parking lot and catches his front edge. Total scorpion.....main steps....in front of 50 people, waitin' on the bus. Couldn't even wait to see if he was OK.........immediately burst into laughter.
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mine was just yesterday. really tired from riding at Bridger bowl with my buddy saturday, i went to my home mountain Red lodge sunday morning to just do some easy runs,practice more stuff. riding the chairlift for my first run, i put my back foot on my binding before exiting but i thought i raised my board enough to clear the ramp..nope! dug in the front lip, faceplanted down and just laid my head down hoping the chair would not hit me as it passed over me got up really quick and skated down off the ramp. that DEFINITELY woke me up. never thought that could ever happen to me but...sure did.

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I suck/flail/fall in the lift lines, but I can beat most of you down any day and look better in the pow ( hero snow).
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At least you're not this guy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fh6PN59kDWo
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