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What do you guys during the winter months here in the north? If you live down south keep you yapper shut because I dont care.
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What do you guys during the winter months here in the north? If you live down south keep you yapper shut because I dont care.
Ride motorcycles, jetskis take convertible vette out for drives
Drive three hours and snow board

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I used to snowboard all the time in the winter, but that starts to get expensive and the backhills just got kinda boring. Didn't end up going last winter at all. Will probably go this year though. Other than that... I go ice fishing sometimes... and well I used to watch a lot of red wings and go to a few games...

oh.. and donuts in parking lots every time theres a fresh layer of snow thats the only kick ass thing about winter.

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Sledding is kinda cool..go a decent hill in our backyard that works out well for that, as well as alot of places nearby. Snowtubing is fun too.. I never could figure out how to ski without falling down as soon as I stood up

Best hobbie of all is trying to stay outta the way of the other retarded cagers who panic on the roads on their way to the grocery store to buy out all the damn milk n bread, when a couple flurries start to fall!!
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What do you guys during the winter months here in the north? If you live down south keep you yapper shut because I dont care.
Twist don't worry - you are going snowmobiling with us. We got you covered. Don't be SKERED. Other than that check out that Kart 2 Kart ***** - $41 is a great deal. You can pretend you are your favorite Nascar driver. Maybe shoot some guns. Drink some beers, drink some more beers, then drink some more beers, little liqour, then some more beers. Maybe cook up some dead animals that I kill. Being the right winged sister banging rednecked voted for W yankee mfr that I am, I know of plenty of cold weather activities. Finally we can drink some beers. As long as you promise not to torment the dog or puke in the sink.

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I like to snowboard and stuff like that... Could never really ski but I could snowboard pretty good. I think skiing is harder than snowboarding. It kind of sucks in the Winter though because if you really dont like cold which I am not a real big fan of there is not a whole lot to do.
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I like to snowboard and stuff like that... Could never really ski but I could snowboard pretty good. I think skiing is harder than snowboarding. It kind of sucks in the Winter though because if you really dont like cold which I am not a real big fan of there is not a whole lot to do.

I love snowboarding as well. We will have to go sometime this year. Austin would love it. They have the Bunny Hill for him and Carrie to learn on.
You and I can hit the half pike. I love that thing. Get massive air on it.
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Well, there's always football! I like to ski, but last time I took Matt skiing, I skiiedand he stood at the bottom of the hill and watched! No fun! And there's always sledding, snowball fights, and building snow forts on a city sidewalk with a bonfire inside started by burning pizza boxes, complete with chimney! Otherwise, not much else.
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What do you guys during the winter months here in the north? If you live down south keep you yapper shut because I dont care.
Boy, oh Boy, am I ever going to enjoy the next 3 months!!!
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Boy, oh Boy, am I ever going to enjoy the next 3 months!!!
Ooohhh, you're evil! So you don't get any bad weather at all?
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Twist don't worry - you are going snowmobiling with us. We got you covered. Don't be SKERED. Other than that check out that Kart 2 Kart ***** - $41 is a great deal. You can pretend you are your favorite Nascar driver. Maybe shoot some guns. Drink some beers, drink some more beers, then drink some more beers, little liqour, then some more beers. Maybe cook up some dead animals that I kill. Being the right winged sister banging rednecked voted for W yankee mfr that I am, I know of plenty of cold weather activities. Finally we can drink some beers. As long as you promise not to torment the dog or puke in the sink.

What if I puke on the dog. Whe are we snowmobiling?
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I don't like the cold so I don't do much at all but this year I think I will be tearing the old 11 down and doing some engine work to it. I know that it needs valve seals and probably needs some refreshing. Boy do I miss Florida.
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Ride motorcycles, jetskis take convertible vette out for drives
Drive three hours and snow board

Never really seen anyone so full of themself or "into" themselves that much. I bet you've tried to suck your own dick right? LMAO Several of the people in this Forum seem to have bikes and Vettes. I "had" one and sold it this year. But none of us go around bragging about it and tooting our own horn do we?

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Vettes arnt really anything special anymore. Any working person can afford them. And if this guy had so much money why would he own a Vette. I would a least get something with some taste and class.

I do think he sucks his own dick thou. He probably had the surgery and everything.

And if he could read, tread says for you ****ers that live in the south to keep your face shut.
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Vettes arnt really anything special anymore. Any working person can afford them. And if this guy had so much money why would he own a Vette. I would a least get something with some taste and class.

I do think he sucks his own dick thou. He probably had the surgery and everything.

And if he could read, tread says for you ****ers that live in the south to keep your face shut.

Good morning Twisty! LOL
Well dont go bashing the Vettes, I still love em regardless.
However if someone should be tooting their own horn it should be one that owns a Pontiac 6000 with like 240,000 miles on it and still running. LOL Now thats one sweet ride!

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And if he could read, tread says for you ****ers that live in the south to keep your face shut.
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I think by location this puts him in the north. and yes it sucks.
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If he is under the limestone benchmark than that is the south...
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Boy do I miss Florida.
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post #19 of 109 (permalink) Old 11-11-2004, 08:33 AM
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What do you guys during the winter months here in the north? If you live down south keep you yapper shut because I dont care.
Well since the warm months are gone, and I spent all summer saving up all the single dollar bills, what do you all think I am gonna do!!! I dedicate most of my cold months to doing much studying at the Landing Strip. Maybe someday I too can fly! ;p LOL
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Winter means Basketball or Wrestling meets when your married to a High School teacher that is willing to work the gates to pay for her husbands obsessive motorcycle habits. Yep, I am at the School about 3 nights a week and in my opinion HS sports are far more fun to watch than pro or even college.

When I'm not down there I'm usually down in my weight room trying to keep off the hibernation weight that has a tendancy to creep up on me.
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