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"My friend smoked a little bit, and we parted ways with these kids (by the way if you are one of those kids (they were from erie, PA) hit me up))."
this one? based off of the crazy parenthesis.
yeah big sky the green makes you go way higher
off the jumps that is
it depends on the stuff, indica or sativa. personally, i find that for mellow jumps and rails, i ski better and my style is better. however, if something is sketchy, like if the jump is super poppy or the rail has a gnarly kink, i have a hard time adapting. also, if its an indica, then i cant really do new tricks, i can just do the old ones but they feel amazing. for sativas though, i can usually learn new tricks and they are all really fun.
it also depends on the terrain. i cant ski halfpipe to save my life when im high, but i can do rail tricks so much easier. i learned all my pretzels high, for some reason i just understand it better. jumps are about the same, but generally i feel like i float the trick a little better and i dont wave my arms around as much. big tricks are a little harder for me, but my style is better on the slower spins.
all that said, i still learn new tricks better when im sober, and learning a new trick is the best feeling there is. i would not recomend starting smoking to try and improve your skiing. sometimes i ski better, usually when its a sativa, sometimes i ski worse, usually when its an indica. if you smoke, i would highly recommend trying it on the slopes at some point to see how it affects you. skiing is amazing no matter what state of mind, but if you feel like doing some smooth slow tricks, doing it blazed is pretty cool.