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Need help with Translations.

post #1 of 7
Thread Starter 
Can the term A Jon be used to describe a skier? What does it mean?

Know it is an odd questions but I am old and need to describe a really good skier.


Any other useful terms are appreciated.

Thanks
post #2 of 7
"John" has many references. The more common slang usages are for restroom and customer of a prostitute. It can also be used as a generic reference (aka John Doe). Any of these could be applied to a skier, but knowing the context in which the term was used would be helpful.

It is common for youth to develop their own slang. Keeping up it with it is an art form because the whole purpose of the slang is to keep old people from knowing what's going on.
post #3 of 7
Thread Starter 
A JON
A RAD DUDE THAT RIPS IT AND GRIPS IT.


According to http://www.boardpass.com/knowledgebase/definitions.asp

I need the latest term for a really great skier, thanks
post #4 of 7
Hmm, might want to post that last sentence in the general ski forum...?
post #5 of 7
Thread Starter 

hmmm yes but

I found the definition on a boarder site. But will take your suggestion. Thanks
post #6 of 7
I know a place to get more than enough slang definitions but I'm 17 and you guys are, well, old so I guess I better not post a link.....
ok here it is: www.urbandictionary.com
post #7 of 7
Do you mean "A JONG"?
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