"YOU ARE THE BIGGEST STUPID, MOST NARROW-MINDED PERSON I HAVE EVER SEEN, NOT ONLY ARE YOU A COMPLETE JACKASS FUCKING IDIOT, YOU DESERVE TO BE PUNCHED IN THE FACE FOR WHAT YOU JUST WROTE, I SWEAR IF YOU WERE IN FRONT OF MY RIGHT NOW I WOULD PUNCH YOU IN THE FUCKING FACE THEN BEAT YOU WITH AN ALUMINUM BAT, AND SHOVE MY TENNIS RAQUET UP YOUR TIGHT ASSHOLE BECAUSE OF HOW IGNORANT YOU ARE"
I don't bother scraping the wax off when I'm training. Not much point as the wax gets ripped off in one run. When I'm doing a comp I scrape or brush. Or both.
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RIP Shane Mcconkey
Start wid straight shots and then pop bottles,
Flirt wid the hood rats then pop models.
"love tha floaty fluff and i hate knob head lift peeps who say that yo planks aint gonna fit on the racks on them poma gondalas - mate, they're my skis bitch i know if fitage is gonna be ish". - my Bro[/b][/b][/i][/i]
i use a dryslope specific wax which is dryslope/arctic (-21c) wax and scrape and find that you have to wax every 10 hours on them otherwise you get base burn, but i generally always scrape. its not going to make much difference if you do or dont as the wax you put on and dont scrape is going to be across the first 100m of dendex/snowflex anyway. the race guys on race day will wax and brush their pairs and will get the lift up on another pair and do course inspection on them and then hop on the waxed pair in the gates as the wax only really has an effect for one run.