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How do you do it without Solemate

post #1 of 23
Thread Starter 
Divorce = Better Skiing? :

A couple of years ago, My Sole-Mate screwed her Boss for better clients, And Ya I freaked out, but now, I live life & ski bum, quit my job (own company) & I ski everyday. I ski harder & better than I ever have, I don’t worry about crashing or even dying anymore. Over the past few years I’ve suffered head, back, knee, shoulder, rib & face injuries and I’ve never had such a great time skiing, paid the price...maybe, but I got to be an older ski bum/escort at Whistler/Blackcomb by word of mouth, and I've never been happier. Clients (chicks) will: ski, dine, wine and get to you to go where the husbands don’t go anymore.......its great! 39yrs old of hard beef and loving life. Appointments available by re-turn calls only, in/out calls..let me show you fine powder, wine & fire.

How do you other divorcés do it?

[ March 05, 2004, 05:47 AM: Message edited by: Fast Eddie ]
post #2 of 23
Mate, you're my personal hero
post #3 of 23
Thread Starter 
I wish I could say it's easy...special care always needed to find the untouched Pow.

It's so hard to get a good nights sleep, all the drinking, dancing, rich food & then as soon as you can peal yourself to a corner of the bed, the Guns start & you know theres going to be powder day again, then it's the same scene. Lift up, ski pow, show em where it's at, drink again, workout, shower, drink, dress, eat, drink, sex, it goes on & on, day after day. Its a job Man.

[ March 05, 2004, 05:43 AM: Message edited by: Fast Eddie ]
post #4 of 23
Mate ,you got kids?
post #5 of 23
fast eddie;
Know exactly where you're coming from..every ski trip my wife makes me do the same things... every single day! i'm a very lucky man indeed! I need a vacation after our vacation..
post #6 of 23
A song comes to mind; come on everybody, sing along:

Just a gigolo, everywhere you go
People know the part you're playing.
Paid for every dance, selling each romance,
Every night some heart betraying.
There will come a day, youth will pass away,
Then what will they say about you?
When the end comes, I know,
They'll say "Just a gigolo,"
As life goes on without you.

Maybe it's just envy on my part. [img]graemlins/evilgrin.gif[/img]
post #7 of 23
Quote:
39yrs old of hard beef and loving life. Appointments available by re-turn calls only, in/out calls..let me show you fine powder, wine & fire. Lift up, ski pow, show em where it's at, drink again, workout, shower, drink, dress, eat, drink, sex, it goes on & on, day after day. Its a job Man.

Take it to the Yahoo Personals, please. [img]tongue.gif[/img]

Boast and Brag, Boast and Brag. :
post #8 of 23
Another satisfied Viagra customer.

Mark
post #9 of 23
Best thread ever!

Eddie, you need a protégé?
post #10 of 23
damn, and all this time i've been looking at the title of this thread and thinking it had to do with feet or boots.
post #11 of 23
Quote:
Originally posted by ryan:
... it had to do with feet or boots.
And yet another song . . . .

You keep saying
You got something for me
Something you call love
But confess
You've been a'messin'
Where you shouldn't 've
Been a'messin'
And now someone else
Is getting all your best
Well, these boots
Are made for walking,
And that's just what they'll do
One of these days
These boots are gonna
Walk all over you
post #12 of 23
HHHHHHHHmmmmmmmmm I wouldn't think "Fast Eddie" would be a vary good name for a gigoloo [img]graemlins/evilgrin.gif[/img]
post #13 of 23
I have a Dream ........
post #14 of 23
Quote:
Originally posted by Utah49:
HHHHHHHHmmmmmmmmm I wouldn't think "Fast Eddie" would be a vary good name for a gigoloo [img]graemlins/evilgrin.gif[/img]
Ha! [img]graemlins/thumbsup.gif[/img]
post #15 of 23
Aacch! (Ryan beat me to it.)
Thought this was going to be about some miracle
footbed?!
post #16 of 23
Song #3

"Many dreams come true,
and some have silver linings.

I live for my dreams,
and a pocket full of gold"

And #4, which i sing, badly,to my wife from time to time:

"you are woman I have always dreamed of,
I knew it from the start."
I said hello to you and that's the last I've seen of my heart..."
post #17 of 23
By thirty five ...

... yer' liver will be toast!

... crabs are the least of your worries and you will probably end up with a gyno strain of Ebola.

but all the best ... and enjoy!

:
post #18 of 23
LOL. Been missin' the fun in this "boot" thread myself!

Song #4

Here is a story about a sinner,
He used to be a winner who enjoyed a life of prominence and position,
But the pressures at the office and his socialite engagements,
And his selfish wife’s fanatical ambition,
It turned him to the booze,
And he got mixed up with a floosie
And she led him to a life of indecision.
The floosie made him spend his dole
She left him lying on skid row
A drunken lag in some salvation army mission.
It’s such a shame.
post #19 of 23
New pair of fat skis... $600.
Whistler/Blackcomb season pass... $1300.
Seeing the sunrise of a powder day after being a manwhore all night... priceless.
post #20 of 23
!?
post #21 of 23
Thread Starter 
Sorry, I would have responded a little earlier, but I had to work, just had to do the 1st class thing to Zurich and limo to St. Moritz, twas the Babrurut Palace @ St. Moritz again...whatever, the pool is nice, the bars are cool, the dining rooms better, but I tire of the veal, 7 course meals, workouts are necessary...the snow is so much better here, the terrain...well, its very close to being way cool, the Europeans are just, well....swell.

On to the Opinions: My pass at W/B cost $850 US, my skis are fairly cheap, I demo for free almost everyday, I’m little more than a guide, on and off the hill, I have integrity and just plain love to ski, so thanks to all that support and to those who don’t, well...maybe I don’t approve of your morals in your life, but I don’t judge you because of your profession. I too was in law and business, but I came to realize I became a person who I did not like to be...I now bring happiness to all those I meet.

I got into the “guiding” thing, because a nice (& beautiful) lady from Tahoe, during an afternoon beer propostioned me, hey man, I was broke, said no once, but not twice. Devotionally she said take the cash, “you made my stay here very special, thank you.” I spent a wonderful week with this beautiful women and nobody got hurt. Since I met her, she had some friends, and friends of friends say hello, but I never consider myself a “Manwhore”, I'm just a Guide...Man. : I'm a Prep-school rat with a ski college ed.

I’m saving my dough and I’m I might hit my goal of buying at the Colony in the next 3 to 5 years...that right Utah, you got another convert coming. Semi-retirement in Park City sounds good to the knees, the PNW pow is starting to hurt more and more, and yes done the surgery thing x3.

Ps. I think I’ll play some pool tonight, that's where the Fast Eddie comes from. I am getting old, but I’m not unhappy. [img]graemlins/thumbsup.gif[/img]

Happy Days,
Fast Eddie

[ March 13, 2004, 09:53 PM: Message edited by: Fast Eddie ]
post #22 of 23
Do you know a dude who posts here named Maximus?
post #23 of 23
Taking about run-on sentences...
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