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Steaming streaming video nice.

 

 


Not to mention pissing... off pisteduck.gif

 



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Well, considering I was the only one skiing out of the woods I don't know how he could have thought it was a safety meeting.  Just like breaking bread, smoking the peace pipe is a seminal experience; one that is shared.

 

 


That's why he was staring a hole in you with his eyes.. for not sharingnonono2.gif

 

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I had a student get explosive diarrhea  after falling in The Toilet Bowl. 


You'll have to put me in the "thinks it's hysterical" camp.  roflmao.gif

 

I cannot resist donning my Psych 101 cap, tho, and speculating that the very name of the spot created such a strong subconscious association with the needs of his bossy bowels that the already urgent need to evacuate simply became instantaneous and clearly irresistible.  

 

So, tell us, was the poor guy appropriately mortified afterward.....or merely mildly sheepish???

post #33 of 42

He didn't seem to care.  It was pretty funny seeing him up there trying to "clean up" with snow and flipping it around with the tail of his ski.
 

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You'll have to put me in the "thinks it's hysterical" camp.  roflmao.gif

 

I cannot resist donning my Psych 101 cap, tho, and speculating that the very name of the spot created such a strong subconscious association with the needs of his bossy bowels that the already urgent need to evacuate simply became instantaneous and clearly irresistible.  

 

So, tell us, was the poor guy appropriately mortified afterward.....or merely mildly sheepish???



 

post #34 of 42
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He didn't seem to care.  It was pretty funny seeing him up there trying to "clean up" with snow and flipping it around with the tail of his ski.


Picturing those "clean-up" attempts = ROTF.gif  

 

Geez, the not caring certainly helps warrant the mockery then!  

It's hard to say for sure, but I think I would've straight-lined it back to my car with my jacket covering my head!  nonono2.gif

There's always Grand Targhee..... 

 

post #35 of 42
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One time I discovered studying my POV footage of a wooded urination event, that as I skied back onto the public piste, a patroller was staring me down.  I wondered if he was just concerned I was in the woods and maybe hurt, or if I was up to no good.


He was just worried that maybe you had found one of the bodies; you almost peed right on it.

 

post #36 of 42

worthless.gif

 

 

Vitamin Ski, you just gotta stop starting these posts.  roflmao.gif  ROTF.gif

 

And you're wondering about what Ski Patrol will think?  My dad was a ski patrolman for 30+ years and I know he went off in the woods behind the patrol shack to pee.     Actually it's where we scattered his ashes after he died; it seemed fitting.  It was his special spot.

 

 

post #37 of 42
Thread Starter 

I'm not going to post pictures or video so you all can wet your pants as I receive an infraction.  None of your boredom is that important to me.

 

Sorry.

 

And you've wasted you own free times participating in this thread.

post #38 of 42

1989/91 - 1994/95 skiing in Canada i pulled in a small narrow box canyon with high boulders and trees head 1st. I had to relieve myself, as i was doing my dirty deed i heard a voice behind me ask me what i was doing, as my back was turned several questions were asked and i think my local slang and very possible a smart remarks or two gave me away that i was not a Canada local. I don't remember the exact dialog but i do remember something about " What right do i have coming to Canada" or more like "U.S. thinks they can come to Canada and relieve them self anytime they want". I think the word jail or some other words that i would be arrested caught my ear. I started to back out of my secret spot and as i turned around i saw what looked like gun holster peeking out under his jacket. He saw that i had a race bib on and he smiled and asked things like how i was doing racing and other things that i really never heard. I just answered "yes and no SIR". I got to go. Later i asked about the gun and i was told that in Canada parks/Fed. land the Park Rangers are Mounties or the Rangers train like the Mounties (something about ski patrol National parks and guns) , that day i thought was going to jail and that was my last "Midnight Run".  That was the last day i thought there was not a Ski Troller that i could not out run!!

post #39 of 42

Most Patrollers are outdoorsman and odds are have felt the call of nature while being surrounded by it....plus ususally they are cooler than cops.  The definitation of "public indecency" seems to be ever growing to the point where someone can be listed as a sex offender for pissing in an alley at 3am.  Not the best activity, but i dont think it should receive the same life altering status symbol as a sex offender.

post #40 of 42

Pissin' in the wind, bettin' on a losing friend
Makin' the same mistakes, we swore we'd never make again
And we're pissin' in the wind, but it's blowing on all our friends
We're gonna sit and grin and tell our grandchildren

 

post #41 of 42

Rememer this: Don't eat yellow snow. cool.gif

post #42 of 42

The other day I was driving along a quiet, wide-open country road when I saw a cyclist stopped on the shoulder. It's a friendly rural area where the custom is to wave at anyone you pass, so I wondered why the bike guy snubbed my greeting -- until I noticed what he was doing and why he didn't have a free hand to wave. Fortunately, he didn't wave anything else, either. Sometimes you just can't make it to a bathroom. Or even a tree.

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