Broken arm...

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  1. BoondocK5

    BoondocK5 1 ton status Author

    May 13, 2006
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    Salt Lake City, Utah
    > Conditions were perfect for skiing...12
    >below, no feeling in the toes,
    > basic numbness all over...the
    > "Tell me when we're having fun" kind of day.
    > One of the women in the group complained to
    >her husband that she
    > was in dire need of
    > a rest room. He told her not to worry, that
    >he was sure there was
    > relief waiting at the top
    > of the lift in the form of a powder room for
    >female skiers in distress.
    > He was wrong, of
    > course, and the pain did not go away. If
    >you've ever had nature hit its
    > panic button in
    > you, then you know that a temperature of 12
    >below doesn't help matters.
    > With time running out, the woman weighed
    >her options. Her
    > husband, picking up on the
    > intensity of the pain, suggested that since
    >she was wearing an all-
    > white ski outfit, she
    > should go off in the woods and no one would
    >even notice.
    > He assured her, "The white will provide more
    > adequate camouflage." So she headed
    > for the tree line, began lowering her ski
    >pants and proceeded to do
    > her thing.
    > If you've ever parked on the side of a
    >slope, then you know there is
    > a right way and wrong
    > way to set your skis so you don't move. Yup,
    >you got it!!! She had
    > them positioned the wrong
    > way. Steep slopes are not forgiving...even
    >during the most
    > embarrassing moments.
    > Without warning, the woman found herself
    > backward, out-of-control, racing through
    > the trees...somehow missing all of them and
    >onto another slope. Her
    > derriere and the reverse
    > side were still bare, her pants down around
    >her knees, and she was
    > picking up speed all the
    > while.
    > She continued backwards, totally
    >out-of-control, creating an
    > unusual vista for the other skiers.
    > The woman skied back under the lift and
    >finally collided violently with
    > a pylon. The bad news
    > was that she broke her arm and was unable to
    >pull up her ski pants. At
    > long last her husband
    > arrived, putting an end to her nudie show,
    >then summoned the ski
    > patrol. They transported her
    > to a hospital.
    > While in the emergency room, a man with an
    >obviously broken leg was put
    > in the bed next to
    > hers. "So, how'd you break your leg?" she
    >asked, making small talk.
    > "It was the stupidest thing you ever saw,"
    >he said. "I was riding up
    > this ski lift and suddenly, I
    > couldn't believe my eyes! There was this
    >crazy woman skiing backward,
    > out-of-control, down
    > the mountain, with her bare bottom hanging
    >out of her pants. I
    > leaned over to get a better
    > look and fell out of the lift." ...... So,
    >how'd you break your arm?"

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