But the prob is that adding this to my total of 7 snowboards (I formerly raced on 4 of them - didn't pay for a single one of them more than the pro-form price of 150€) (my sister got 6 decent snowboards too and we share a bit), and my 3 bikes (one for the train station so it shouldn't count, one is older and now used as long distance race bike, and my mountainbike (in which I just invested this summer a third of the pay of my summer job) and not to speak that I already have some skis at home. I know that my parents wouldn't like it. (I shouldn't have told them about my investments in my mountainbike - they wouldn't have noticed, but now I think I have to forget the skis, if not my mother might refuse to pay for my uni (especially considering that my grades are not very good due to the 55 days on snow last season - and all the ski and snowboard waterjumping and mtbiking in this summer).
Damn it, what do I work for if my parents don't even approve me to spend approx 1000€ for sporting goods each year (well travel costs, season passes and so on add up on it too), therefore I don't smoke, drink hardly no alcohol, hey my parents should see that my sport equipment actually saves them money.
Oh shit I did want to buy new skiing boots too - why can't I specialise on one sport instead doing so many