TODAY | February 10, 2014
>> we're going to launch al's snowboarding slang class. to help us out, sage kotsenburg and jamie anderson . you've created your own language?
>> pretty much. it's gotten to the point where no one understands us anymore.
>> do you understand each other?
>> no, we honestly don't. we say stuff and it goes --
>> okay. so what is thois.
>> it's a kind of thing. oh, that was spice, man. jamie's a spice. you can really use it for anything.
>> eyou can use it for anything. what does it mean when you say shredding the gnar.
>> pretty much like shredding the mountain, i guess.
>> pretty much what we do.
>> shredding the gnar.
>> hanging loose, you know.
>> okay. what's a yard sale .
>> a yard sale is when typically a skier takes a fall and all of his equipment or hers is just all over the place.
>> all over the yard. all over the yard. okay. if someone is crunchy, is that a good thing?
>> i haven't heard that.
>> you haven't heard that one?
>> are you sure?
>> i don't know. i was told. crispy. oh, crispy.
>> crispy's like something's nice. that was pretty crispy.
>> that's what it says, someone got this confused. crispy crunchy.
>> crunchy's a new one.
>> what happened when you blasted a dookie.
>> no, don't say that. that was between you and me.
>> what's blasting a dookie.
>> i'm not sure about that.
>> falling off a ski lift .
>> we're making these things up, i guess, as we go.
>> kids don't usually fall off, sometimes they'll jump off the chair.
>> still trying to get over crunchy.
>> all right. guys, thank you so much. and you learn more about sage's awesome tricks at nbcolympics.com. thanks. congratulations.
>> thank you.
>> guys, that was crispy, thanks. crunchy, too.