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    Oh yeah
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    G spot
  4. Do BJ's cure colds?

    Is that before or after the bj? Pretty solid guess most guys will heed the advice post game.
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    Gooooooo now
  6. Today
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    Here we
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    Not again
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    Ass violated
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    Glitter everywhere
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    Rabid unicorns
  12. Most Romantic place to stay in Springs

    There’s a lot of people who do illegal things. Very sad.
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    Baby unicorns
  14. Do BJ's cure colds?

    Well I always say sex is the cure to all evils. If you don’t feel good, sex will mske you forget. And just to be clear, that’s ANY form of sex. Unfortunately, seeing a provider and giving her your plague is not recommended!!!
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  16. Most Romantic place to stay in Springs

    It is illegal to record audio and video and do live surveillance without it being stated in the rental contract.
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    Rainbows and
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    Laci farts
  19. Do BJ's cure colds?

    Oh, golly, I though we were talking about whether a BJ would cure a cold that the young lady has. My point was that Vitamin L is good for what ails you. If the guy has the cold, naah, it won't help. Sorry...
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    Deviled variety
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    Or eggs
  22. All great advice. I have heard Eldora is good and gentle. A-basin can get icy cause of the direction it faces. The best advice I have gotten was take some lesson and when you fall, not if cause you will. Do not try and catch yourself unless going really slow. Putting out your hands and arms is how a lot of wrist get broken and arms dislocated. Best of luck and have fun.
  23. OK, just to first establish cred: Been skiing in Colorado for 55 years - I could ski before I could ride a Trike. Taught skiing to beginners in a ski school for five years. Lived in the ski areas for three years, raced competitively for a few years. Here is what I consider to be the low-down: 1. The reason I recommended Keystone is the combination of good, easy, consistent slopes along with an excellent ski school that emphasizes snowboarding. Keystone goes out of its way to be a snowboard paradise. Really, it is where you should go. Your first day will determine how your entire riding career will be, so invest in a good first day. A full day ticket and a morning lesson will be around $250 or so - money well spent (heck, I spend that in 30 minutes in my favorite hobby ). 2. Arapahoe Basin - No way, Jose. This is an expert's area. The few beginner runs are very crowded. The ski school does not emphasize snowboarding. Also, it is the highest ski area in the United States, and a beginner will get exhausted and cold. The wind blows constantly. Bad for a beginning snowboarder, it is also personally my favorite mountain, so don't think I am prejudiced against it, it's just not the tool for the mission. 3. Echo Park - No real ski school, lots of rocks, not much snow. Sure it's close, but that doesn't make up for the downsides. 4. Loveland - Again, it's close (and I love it for my style of skiing), but it is high, cold, windy, rocky and doesn't really encourage snowboarding or have a great school. 5. Winter Park - A good second to Keystone. Everything I said about Keystone is true of Winter Park, except Keystone really welcomes, educates and encourages snowboarders, but WP is still great. I love Winter Park. My mom skied there on opening day in the 1940s on her Army Surplus 10th Mountain Division wooden skis, and I had a place there for 20 years, but for beginner boarding I still think Keystone is better. 6. Vail - Ditto what I said about Winter Park (except the part about Mom). 7. Breckinridge - Ditto Winter Park. 8. All the other major ski areas in Colorado (Copper, Beaver Creek, etc.): Ditto Winter Park. The bottom line is that all the majors have plenty of good beginner slopes, good ski schools, and you will learn and have a blast. Keystone has a slight edge, because that is their niche and they work hard to be the place for beginning snowboarders. Don't think this is the product of personal prejudice, I personally never ski Keystone and usually stick to A-Basin, Loveland and Vail, but I am not a beginning snowboarder. Have fun, you are going to love it!
  24. Most Romantic place to stay in Springs

    I only stay at air bnbs for personal fun for that reason! Good point
  25. Most Romantic place to stay in Springs

    I'm purchasing an airbnb, and the only way people can stay there is with their owner plus consent to be recored. Entertainment forever! 😂
  26. Do BJ's cure colds?

    Just don't kiss the giver so she/he doesn't catch the cold!
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    no beans
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