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Watchyour slangage – Don’t sound like a dope on theslopes. Here’s a guide to snowboarding lingo:
Bonking- Intentionally tapping your board off a non-snow object. See “Jib.”
Crater- To crash or fall. “He cratered into a snowbank.” (Also,“pack.”)
Fakie- Riding the snowboard backward from a normal stance.
Flail- To ride badly and out of control.
Hucker- A snowboarder who hits big airs, especially off cliffs.
Jib- To ride non-snow objects, like rails and trees. “I’mgoing to jib off the tree and bonk that rock on the landing.”
Poach- If an area is closed or roped off, and you ride it anyway, you’repoaching it.
Punch- To catch the toe of the board in the snow and crash. “Hepunched the jump.”
RollingDown the Windows – The action of being off balance andspinning your arms wildly in an attempt to recover.
Sketching- Riding unsteadily, near falling.
Slap- To incorrectly hit an air or landing? “He slapped it.”
Snake- Someone who cuts the lift line, or drops in front of you in thehalfpipe.
SouthShore Birthday - A beating. “Don’t make me give you asouth shore birthday.”
Stomp- A solid landing. “He really stomped that McTwist.”
Tomahawk- A particularly hard fall, usually involving a headplant.
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