A Joey Bag-of-Donuts – The best place to spot a Joey Bag-of-Donuts is at Hunter Mountain, NY. Just look for the guys rocking blue jeans and a Starter jacket. They may look like kooks, but these guys are often having the best time on the mountain (video proof). Cutting the Junk = Otherwise known as “schralping the GNAR.” Ski Poling = We’ll let you look this one up. Death Cookies = Large chunks of ice often found in the early morning on poorly groomed runs. Death Cookies can also refer to avalanche debris hidden under fresh snow. Massholes = Massachusetts skiers who say things like “Mah-garitas and skiing, best combination evah” or “I was skiing wicked good powdah at Butternut this weekend.” The O.J. = Rocking the O.J. refers to anyone skiing with an open jacket. There was once a time this term was relegated to just gapers, but now more and more you see skittle thugs rocking a double or even triple O.J. Dick Deep = Unlike “balls deep”, dick deep is a modest snowfall of 6 inches. Some people might tell you it’s 8″ but don’t be fooled; it is only 6″. U-shaped Stunt Ditch = What Southerners call a halfpipe. “Y’all getting crazy in that there U-shaped stunt ditch?” Queebs = Canadian skiers who hail from Quebec. Queebs can be spotted from Whistler to Mont Tremblant and as far south as Northern Vermont. Trenchtown = Skiing the deep when your high as balls.
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