Imagine going for a nice winter excursion.  You and your friends rent a cabin next to the mountain and you're looking forward to a nice weekend.  It'll be nice to get away from all the drama of the city and be around nature.

You've got your belly full of hot chocolate at the ski lodge and you're ready to get back out on the slopes.

It's been a while since you've been skiing...so you're a little nervous.  Your friends convince you that there's nothing to worry about.  It's like riding a bike.  Once you learn you never forget.  It's called muscle memory.

So you slam a quick shot of peppermint schnapps and think out loud..."I'm ready.  You were right. I was over reacting.  There's nothing to be scared of."  So, you tighten up your shoulder straps on your snow pants, zip up your coat, throw your scarf around your neck, pop on your stocking cap (the one with the big fuzzy ball), pull your gloves on and stretch your goggles around your melon.

Here's a video of a bear chasing a skier down a mountain in Romania on Saturday.  The guy didn't even know until people on the chairlift shouted warnings.  The skier eventually threw his backpack to the ground, and that distracted the bear long enough for him to escape.

Now here's a question for you...how do you get human feces out of snow pants?

Asking for a friend.

("Bear Chases Skier.")

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