It might not be wintertime quite yet but there are a lot of people that are starting to get into their annual state of either being depressed because the sun isn’t shining as much any longer, or they’re getting ready to hit the slopes and enjoy the exhilarating sensation of the cool air whipping past as they careen down one hill or another. Then there are those that are ready to see something else that tends to occur every winter when a certain type of woman hits the slopes and decides to show just how hot she really looks in a tight-fitting ski suit or little to nothing at all.
Yep, I’m talking about the snow bunnies, and no, I’m not talking about white women who only enjoy men of color or white women that love putting a different type of snow up their nose. Like so many other entries into the urban slang dictionary, the term ‘snow bunny’ has been taken from one extreme to another. Hey, use it how you want, but at this moment it’s going to be used to describe the hotties that love getting all up in that powder with their fine selves to tease their way up and down the slopes.
Can any woman be a snow bunny?
That kind of depends on who you talk to since some folks are pretty hung up on what a word means or what it could mean or why it means something to them but something different to another person. Honestly, the description is in the name and it’s not too hard to get a visual if you really try. But then again, some guys might get a visual of the more pornographic or sexual nature of the term and, well, there you go. The term ‘snow bunny’ has come to mean more than one thing just like a lot of different terms over the decades, but keeping to the one being used as of now is a little easier since all one has to do is imagine a smoking-hot woman in the snow, usually in a bikini, something skimpy, or nothing at all. It’s a lot more positive of an image than trying to picture a woman bent over a glass tray or table snorting something that’s going to give her a temporary high. There are a couple of reasons why women might not want to be called snow bunnies, such as:
- It can be seen as a derogatory term, since it does carry a few negative connotations.
- The term has evolved in a way that isn’t that beneficial for women.
- Even in a positive manner it defines a woman as a novice skier that’s not skillful on the slopes.
If it’s at all possible to take back the term ‘snow bunny’ and make it into something positive that can be used to enhance the overall hot nature of the women that love finding their way to the slopes to shed a bit of clothing in order to get the attention of their fellow skiers and perhaps boost their own self-esteem just a bit. How about it Radasser’s, you think we could possibly take the term back and make it mean something a little more positive?
Is it that important?
Hmm? Oh, sorry, I wasn’t listening on account of I had my face close up to the screen to see the impressive and hot-looking women in their skimpy clothing and their bared hotness. Hell no it’s not that important since it’s another part of that wonderful thing called freedom of speech. But admittedly, it would be nice to simply respect these women and ogle them at the same time if they’re willing t dress in such tight, possibly itchy, clothing. After all, their garments are too itchy, rubbing ice on the affected areas might help…
Okay, admit it, seeing hot women in the cold snow with next to nothing on does something to get my blood coursing a little faster as my temperature rises. It’s okay guys, you can admit the same tends to happen when looking at women who are this drop-dead gorgeous, especially when the pose and their physical assets just a little more noticeable.
But getting to the point of the term ‘snow bunny’ and why taking it back, or at least continuing to use it in a non-controversial and entirely appreciative way might be kind of interesting, especially if it could be used to:
- Giving women another term that can be used in an appreciative manner: It might sound like something a horny but intelligent adolescent might say, but there are a lot of different ways to appreciate women and unless you’re one of those individuals that gets offended by just about anythign and everything, appreciating a woman’s beauty in a number of ways, and admittedly for her outer beauty, should be perfectly acceptable. Hell, the term ‘snow bunny’ is a lot cuter than ‘ice queen’ or ‘slush slut’ or even ‘sub-zero susies’…that last one is kind of out there and feels like something that was just made up, but oh well.
- Possibly start a trend: It’s a wild idea to be certain and it might be something that someone else already thought of, but perhaps it could become a promotional idea at various ski resorts, a way to grab more business and get more people involved. Hey, it’s not the strangest idea to ever come along, that’s for certain, but it’s likely that a lot of people would look at this and wonder what’s wrong with me. Trust me, that’d take a while to explain…but this could be another way to take it back without having to cause a lot of controversy.
Just imagine a Snow Bunny resort that’s kind of like Hooters but instead of serving food and drinks, the ladies can run teach lessons, run the resort, and operate a business that caters to men and women alike in a way that’s fun, engaging, and, let’s just throw this out there, would cater to women in a big way by encouraging them to let loose, and would possibly cater to men by giving them something nice to look at. Okay, that last idea might be a little dangerous, but still, it’s a work in progress. Plus:
Anyway, moving on with the snow bunnies and ‘appreciation time’…
Winter has just as many perks as summer…oh it’s true.
While it’s not quite as likely that you’re going to see that many women modeling their bikinis for you on the slopes outside of a photoshoot, there’s always the offhanded chance that if you’re on the right mountain, on the right trail, and are there at the right time, that you might be able to spot a snow bunny in all her glory, at least for a brief period of time since when you talk about perks and things being perky, you can bet that in such an environment that this word will be absolutely accurate. So what do you think Radasser’s? Should a snow bunny be considered a fine honey or something else? We’d love to get your input, especially after looking at the rest of these fine ladies…