I have such a good story about that.
My friend who is 6"3 and likes taaaalll shit bought a simondumont corked jacket (trendwhore imo) and he bought 2 xl thinkin it would be huge but i is like 2 imches below he waist, it was funnyer when he tried the coat on the first timr
T "It's my storm. I can make it do whatever I want."
"What the fuck is wrong with you kids?! How would you like it if I came and had sex in front of your house?"
"I heard you guys banned a chick with thyroid cancer cause she was weird looking.
You guys are fucking terrible."- awsomoz$
We were all expecting something GRAND for our massive efforts down the line. Needless to say, all the money went to drive us 100km from home and play frisbee golf for a week at a "resort" aimed for trips for retarded people"
Isn't Bobby Brown freakishly tall? I come in at 6'2 and I definitely am super jellin over the kids that are 5'7 or 5'8 with a nice low, controlled centre of gravity. Being lanky kinda sucks when trying to make tricks smooth.
i hate that i was a winter kid when i was younger, i never knew that i would be 6'8". i love skiing way too much to play basketball, it sucks. i was only introduced to bball two years ago, so im really not that good,i can only feel good skiing even though im not that good at park.
I like being tall in normal life but when it comes to skiing I wish I was like 5'8
Also Liam Downey is like 6'4 and Adam Delorme is like 6'3 and Josh Bibby is pretty tall too, I think it just makes me try harder because the kids I ski with are all like 5'8 and have style cause they're shorter
Your worst day skiing is still better than being in school
being bigger allows you to absorb much greater forces. Because our range of motion is greater, we can absorb the impact over a larger distance.
there are just fewer tall skiers so just by averages there are going to be less 'stylie" tall skiers. tall dudes also stick out in a park full of 17 year old midgets, so they get noticed whether they are good or not.
Sagging pants, wide stance, fat skis, powder in trees, corked three's with steeze.
People who complain about being tall are just looking for excuses. I'm 6'4" and have never had any problems except that a lot of skis don't come in sizes quite as long as I'd like. I need a little more air to throw things like punch fronts off little rollers than my shorter friends do, but who the hell cares about micro jumps anyway.