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I also overheard folks last week grumbling at Deer Valley about how bad it was that they did not groom the powder the day before and how tired they got. Love it when folks grumble about how they don't groom the powder....
Had a couple guys on a chair once that spoke russian..
They didn't know my buddy understands the language..
they started talking trash about us thinking we didn't know..
My buddy leans over to me and told me the russian phrase for "I know what your saying asshole"...
I said it... they were embarrassed... didnt really say much more..
The other day I was taking a piss at Killington and 1 of the beers in my pocket fell into the toilet and splashed me. I then reached for... the... um.... never mind! ;-)My brother was skiing at Mt Snow and carrying a couple of beers, very nice looking female lifty looks at my brother as we were loading and asks "Is that a beer in your pocket or are you just happy to see me?" He was speachless.Riding the Keystone gondola at night with a couple of good looking locals and the same brother tries to be cool and offers them a Coors light and one responded "We don't drink that weak piss water shit" Again, he was speachless.Getting on the Wildcat quad last March on an 75 degree day and carrying some beers (again) to stash in the snow at the top. As the same brother sits down on the chair, a beer can falls out of his pocket onto the loading ramp behind him. The next time around we see the beer on the window ledge inside the lift shack. Brother asks the attendant if he can have it back and was told "we'll think about it" Just before noon we noticed it was gone and he asked the attendant and was told "we thought about it, got thirsty, and decided to drink it"
I saw an idiot on the chairlift with me and a buddy at Blue Mountain PA who had 6 bottles of beer in his jacket 2nd lift ride of the day and already consumed a couple bottles before getting on the lift according to what he told us. :-o Took 1 out and was drinking it on the lift. Finished it and put it back empty in his jacket. Can't imagine falling with all those bottles in his jacket. Amazing how much some people absolutely need to be drunk to enjoy their ski day!? :-?Since we're talking about beer stories...A couple of years back at Stratton, I was drinking a beer on the lift with a friend. The guy and his son next to us didn't mind but told me that he'd "jab us both in the neck with his ski pole if I even thought about throwing the empty can off the lift." All I could do was laugh and tell him we didn't do that kinda thing.