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post #31 of 42
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Originally Posted by nolo View Post

I feel sorry for people whose S.O.s don't ski or snowboard.  


You obviously haven't met my wife. She can pour the perfect Black and Tan.

 

 

post #32 of 42

the concept of an alternate skill set which more than compensates.

post #33 of 42

I can think of a couple of other "skill sets" which may make a lack of skiing ability tolerable...just saying...
 

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Originally Posted by Alpinord View Post


You obviously haven't met my wife. She can pour the perfect Black and Tan.

 

 



 

post #34 of 42

"....perfect black and tan..."
 

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Originally Posted by davluri View Post

the concept of an alternate skill set which more than compensates.



 



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Originally Posted by nvr2late View Post

I can think of a couple of other "skill sets" which may make a lack of skiing ability tolerable...just saying...
 



 




how ironic, not, but your screen name is what it is and I just said that (with more subtlety). I'm crackin' up. But we should probably both let it go, and quickly; one mention is risking bad taste, and I can seem to be referring to a double entendre with the ability to make a black and tan...pile on crudely and it's over the top.

post #35 of 42

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Originally Posted by Finndog View Post

this is a good point!  What's worse a spouse that doesn't ski or a spouse that doesn't ski well and can't keep up with you; but wants to ski with you all the time?   So again would you prefer a spouse who skis but can only handle blues and gets cold easily and complains?  imagine, this:  its a blower AM, 18" of fresh and trees are calling' but you can't go because your spouse doesn't ski trees and is cold....  so you are searching for fresh along the sides of her favorite blue runs.......that may be the definition of hell  biggrin.gif
 

 

 

I'd say that it's worse to love a woman who doesn't ski at all, rather than one who can't ski well. Even worse still is falling in love with a woman who doesn't ski well and cannot pour a decent black and tan. Of course, it's nvr2late to learn.

post #36 of 42

I kinda' like the idea of leaving any emotional baggage behind when I go skiing. how pessimistic is that? (it's like the line: meet the future X-Mrs. Smith by Jeff Goldblum).    If your girlfriend skis the same ski area and things go south, it could mess with your skiing eek.gif.....priorities guys, you know what's important. beercheer.gif  Keep the skis out of the bedroom, and....uh....vise versa?? Rules.gif

post #37 of 42
Edit: Not to self don't use iPhone lol
post #38 of 42

Maybe if things are working, then they are working.

 

If things aren't working with you being away at the ski hill and stuff, maybe you and her need to talk about this.

 

post #39 of 42
Thread Starter 

Ha ha. Thanks for all of the replies. Very entertaining. 

post #40 of 42


So.... how was your New Years Eve?
 

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Ha ha. Thanks for all of the replies. Very entertaining. 



 

post #41 of 42
Thread Starter 

Ha ha - I was already single going into it so it ended up being great.

post #42 of 42

Ofcourse!!!  No phemale has the mental capacity to let me enjoy the 3 months that it snows... And then there is summer and motorcycles + skydiving.... forget it !

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