Canadian Shred Vernacular

Mike-Suderman-Norquay-Sicktionary-home-588x358Winter’s on the way, so you better brush up on your Canadian snowboard vernacular (vocabulary) now to save you from looking like a kook on opening day. Luckily, Snowboard Magazine is here to help providing you with a full glossary of terms to start working in to your everyday speech now, so it doesn’t sound like you’re forcing it mid-season.

“Dude! I Jasey-Jayed it in to that table to get my Wildcat around, but it was Harfing and the landing was Pooched, so I just ended up getting Hardinghammed.”

If you want your sentences to sound like this this winter, head on over to Snowboarder and start memorizing.

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