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post #31 of 50
Every woman I've skied with was good looking, not necessarily a hottie, but definitely good looking. All of the women I hang with are pleasing to the eye for that matter. So...what was the point of this thread again?
post #32 of 50
I'll say it again:

Just because I slept with you last night doesn't mean I'll ski with you today! [img]graemlins/evilgrin.gif[/img]

1. I'll ski with cute guys who can't ski.
2. I'll ski with fugly guys who can't ski.
3. I'll ski with cute guys who can ski.
4. I'll ski with fugly guys who can ski.
5. I doubt I'll ever ski with cute or fugly guys who can rip,
because they're off on their own somewhere where I'm not.

I don't rip........yet. I will. Be sure of that.

And when I do, I'll ski with...(start at 1)
post #33 of 50
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Originally posted by gonzostrike:
good skier who's pretty but says "no thanks" to skiing with me? much more likely.
Ah no wonder you are an angry man Gonz [img]graemlins/evilgrin.gif[/img]
post #34 of 50
Does the female gender appear hotter in alpine gear or tele gear?
post #35 of 50
I don't have a choice to offer here, but I do have a reaction to the question: If I'm skiing with someone, why would I give a sweet $#!t what the person looks like standing still? I'd care about how enjoyable the person is to ski with. If the person's a pain to ski with, why bother? Aesthetic qualities while standing still are not a factor. Therefore, the original question presented is a non-starter for me. Lotta fun for many folks here, apparently, which is cool, but a really dumb question. I'm probably just missing the point.

No, no, I'm in a FINE mood, really. I just find the original question really, really dumb. Maybe like some will find my response to it. But hey! What a way to kill time!

EDIT: OK, in good conscience, I must edit this post. I lied - I'm NOT in a fine mood. Although the question as posed still doesn't make much sense to me, I apologize for the gratuitous tartness of my post above. Please carry on.

[ February 27, 2003, 11:12 AM: Message edited by: oboe ]
post #36 of 50
"What do you call a good looking single girl in Vail?"
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"Tourist!"

Actually, there are a lot of hot looking, hot skiing ladies here in Vail. A few of them even have really nice personalities. Just don't expect to get any time with them off the slopes. They'll be going home to their SO's.

PS- I'd take the skier, but in Vail, you take what you can get... (8:1 men to women)

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[ February 27, 2003, 05:40 AM: Message edited by: vail snopro ]
post #37 of 50
I went out with a few good-looking men who couldn't ski for squat but found that we didn't have enough common interests to sustain a relationship. I met a good-looking ski instructor and married him. I figured, good-looking, NICE guys who can ski are few and far between, better not let this one go.

22 years and counting: he's still my #1 ski pal and he's quite satisfactory in other respects too.

My advice: if you're a skier looking for love, pick someone NICE who skis.
post #38 of 50
Quote:
Originally posted by nolo:


My advice: if you're a skier looking for love, pick someone NICE who skis.
Very good advice Nolo! [img]graemlins/thumbsup.gif[/img]
post #39 of 50
Quote:
Originally posted by Pierre:
Does the female gender appear hotter in alpine gear or tele gear?
No, in my humble opinion they appear hotter out of it.



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post #40 of 50
Take a long time to think of that did you WTFH?

I'm not going to go into this discussion as my girlfriend doesn't ski at all so I am in trouble whatever I say, and yes WTFH she probably does need shearing before you have a go at me for that !!
post #41 of 50
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Originally posted by Kima:
</font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by nolo:


My advice: if you're a skier looking for love, pick someone NICE who skis.
Very good advice Nolo! [img]graemlins/thumbsup.gif[/img] </font>[/quote]It is much easier for female skiers to find suitable males than the other way around due to the ratio of female skiers to male skiers. Even if we males find someone the pitfalls are often unavoidable.

Recently I thought I might have found someone at Bridger Bowl. I kept bumping into the same lady looking for a single in the lift lines. We began to talk on our rides up and get to know each other. When we'd bump into each other in town we'd stop and chat. I was getting my nerve up to ask her out when everything fell apart.

The other week on a powder day we bumped into each other on the Deer Park Chair. We were riding up having a pleasant conversation when the subject turned to the previous nights snowfall. She commented that it was nice to have another 4 or 5 inches of powder. I corrected her and said its at least 8 inches. Her comment was 'It figures.' and she's been giving me the cold shoulder ever since. I'm still at a loss on why....any help would be appreciated.
post #42 of 50
Rio, don't you know by now a woman is always right! If you are still interested, I would approach her, tell her you have enjoyed the conversations, and ask her if you said something that irritated her. What have you got to lose.
post #43 of 50
wow, so we women are not 'hotties' and the men are bargain shoppers? i don't know about this thread...

so my question then is this: what are you all skiing in (aside from balmy spring conditions) that you can judge the 'hottie' potential of someone on a ski lift, in a jacket/hat/goggles? at least that's what i ski in anyway [img]smile.gif[/img] ...maybe i need to invest in some nice tight stretchpants, trade in my pins and downhills for a nice furry pair of apres ski boots and a hand muff and sip hot toddies in the bar... [img]graemlins/evilgrin.gif[/img]

wtfh, i truly believe you are the epitome of a gentleman (on the hill, anyway) [img]tongue.gif[/img]
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No, in my humble opinion they appear hotter out of it.
...you can't blame a diehard shopper for hittin' the blue light specials [img]graemlins/evilgrin.gif[/img]

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but in Vail, you take what you can get... (8:1 men to women)
... is that a promise? wow, i'm in the wrong area. good thing i'm CO bound...

...but i have to say, i agree with the other ladies here (Nolo, Kima)...a nice guy is just as, if not more, important than a nice arse carving nice turns [img]graemlins/angel.gif[/img]
post #44 of 50
You only have to choose between looks and skill if you meet the girl apres skiing.
If you meet her in the hill in a winter day , who knows what's underneath the gogles, neck warmer , jacket and wide pants ????, so you will always find yourself a skier ( at least skill is something you can recognize even in winter clothing).
The real problem will be when you tell her to have a drink and the bride of Frankestein appears . :
The reverse can also happen :
You find a girl with the face of Cameron Diaz and the
" derriere" of Jennifer Lopez at the bar and the next day when you go skiing she faints at the top of the easiest blue.
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Anyway all this is a theoretical question to me as my wife will get a fit of murderous jelousy even if I ski with a 300 pound one-eyed , first day in skis, celibate lesbian. [img]graemlins/evilgrin.gif[/img]
post #45 of 50
I've never seen a woman who was a great skier who wasn't beautiful in my eyes. :
post #46 of 50
Quote:
Posted by VSP

PS- I'd take the skier, but in Vail, you take what you can get... (8:1 men to women)
Time to move!

It would not help me, though. I am considered "the Bride of Frankenstein" by all these dude's standards.

How many of you GUYS are really good looking? Hmmmm?

Basing a relationship, friendship, or more, on the physical is about the lamest thing in the world.

Everyone looks great at 70!!! I'll take Quasimodo, thanks.

Signed, Esmerelda
post #47 of 50
Rio,

I couldn’t be sure, but I think the woman of your desires THOUGHT you were referring to the length of your Johnson. Some women can be a bit defensive at times, and they often think that most men (rightly so) are baiting them with sexual innuendo.

You MUST rectify this situation, as time is wasting, and the women of your dreams may slip away. Flowers dude. Get a rose, put it in your pack, and present it to her the very next time you see her. I can guarantee she will at least say SOMETHING to you, and if she blows you off, you will have no regrets.
post #48 of 50
Quote:
Originally posted by oboe:
I don't have a choice to offer here, but I do have a reaction to the question: If I'm skiing with someone, why would I give a sweet $#!t what the person looks like standing still? I'd care about how enjoyable the person is to ski with. If the person's a pain to ski with, why bother? Aesthetic qualities while standing still are not a factor. Therefore, the original question presented is a non-starter for me. Lotta fun for many folks here, apparently, which is cool, but a really dumb question. I'm probably just missing the point.

No, no, I'm in a FINE mood, really. I just find the original question really, really dumb. Maybe like some will find my response to it. But hey! What a way to kill time!

EDIT: OK, in good conscience, I must edit this post. I lied - I'm NOT in a fine mood. Although the question as posed still doesn't make much sense to me, I apologize for the gratuitous tartness of my post above. Please carry on.
Heh, heh, I am with oboe here, but for different reasons! If the lady is a really good skier then I won't be able to keep up with her and if she is also really hot then she would be stupid to hang around with a 40 year-old average looking guy.

Yep, this question seems like a non-starter for me too. [img]tongue.gif[/img]
post #49 of 50
In my dreams, both are the same person.
Four years ago I was skiing at Stratton, on a friday, in early March when I noticed this person skiing behind me would stop whenever I did. So I waited for this person to go and then I stop next to them. I said I noticed you were following me, she said "you looked like you knew what you were doing so I figured I try and follow you". I said thanks. We skied the rest of the morning together. While I had lunch she was having some boot work done and demoing skis. We hooked up after lunch and for drinks later on. She had to meet a girl friend who was coming up from L.I. and I had to meet my son. Her name was Sarah, never got her last name, but as you can tell it was one of those memorable days. HO Yea, she looked like a Barbie Doll, and could ski well.

[ February 28, 2003, 09:08 AM: Message edited by: smithby ]
post #50 of 50
I've (politely) broken a date before to ski with a ripping lady, nothing is hotter than a chick that throws 360's

[ February 28, 2003, 09:12 AM: Message edited by: Karsten Hain ]
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