I get to the top of the mountain then it’s all down hill from there
It's best to start with a small Country.
Hands down camping. It was so in tents.
Then it goes downhill fast.
It all went downhill from there.
you go up the lift and then it’s just downhill from there.
They did Nazi it coming.
It’s a slippery slope
It went downhill fast.
The entire sport is going downhill fast.
It went downhill from the start.
She said, “It’s a slippery slope.”
She had trouble getting through all the muggles
I can't afford real skis.
is a slippery slope.
is really just going down hill.
She's a strange woman, but that's how she rolls.
If you live in a small country.
...It snow fun at all.
Every time we would go water skiing or wake boarding my dad (or whoever was driving the boat that time) would start the engine, get the okay from the person in the water holding the rope attached to the boat, and then say:
"Okay, follow me."
I didn't have enough speed to get past a flat area that we reached, and we were on our last run of the day. I had to unbuckle one of my boots and pushed myself to the slope. My dad was worried that we were running late and they would send ski patrol to guide us down. (We got on the lift last minute)
dad: "what are you doing?"
me: "I was getting close to the wooded area (there was a fork) and I didn't want to run into a tree"
dad: "well hurry up and let's
I didn't get the joke until I was going back downhill, so he didn't hear how hard I groaned.
While speaking with my dad about time he spent in college.
Me: "So what did you do in college? Sit around and drink beer?"
Dad: "We had a local ski hill that we could use."
Me: "So you skied a lot then?"
Dad: "No, ya see the ski hill faced south and always had the sun shining on it. Mt. Ripley didn't have a lot of snow, believe it or not!"
Daughter: my muscles are all sore and tense.
Dad: yeah well, my muscles are past tense.
Today I am meeting my dad at the ski hill. He texted me that he is on his way. I reply "You'll probably beat me as I'm slow to start today". He quips back "I never beat you, I only put you in time out".
Setting: Watching my father struggle with his skiing gear as I met him on the mountain for some Christmas runs.
Me- sarcastically Dad, You are so strong.
Father- Aw, honey, thank you! But smell isn't everything.
I've heard this one many times, but not for a few years. Forgot it's awesomeness. Merry Christmas to Dads and their jokes and the kids who repeatedly hear them.