You Might Be a Barefoot Junkie

If you give your last twenty to your boat driver instead of your landlord, you might be a barefoot junkie.

If you’ve gone over a fish, log, or alligator, you might be a barefoot junkie.


If you’re a male with painted toenails, you might be a barefoot junkie.

If you spend the entire ride looking for potential ski lakes while on a road trip, you might be a barefoot junkie.   ~Landen Ehlers

If you practice your one foot stance in the lounge room everyday, then you might be a barefoot junkie.  ~Alan Wilson

If you say “basic” and “reverse” 20 times in a conversation, you might be a barefoot junkie.

If you have a ski handle tied to a doorknob in your house, you might be a barefoot junkie.

If you have more wetsuits than business suits, you might be a barefoot junkie. ~Don Stoppe

If you’ve dislocated your shoulder, broken a rib, or torn your ACL — and kept on footin, you might be a barefoot junkie.

If you buy a new pair of shoe skis, yet your kid’s shoes have holes in them, you might be a barefoot junkie.

If you have to winterize your boat multiple times up north, you might be a barefoot junkie. ~Patrick Felgner

If you pick barefooting over a football game, you might be a barefoot junkie.

If you keep Super Glue in your first aid kit, you might be a barefoot junkie.  ~Tom Hart

If you wake up with your back arched and your legs together, yelling, “HIT IT” – you might be a barefoot junkie. ~Bob Kraft

If you call in sick at work just to go footin in the morning, you might be a barefoot junkie. ~Ryan Marrs

When you drive by a drainage ditch, pond, river, or any body of water bigger than a football field and think, “That looks skiable,” you might be a barefoot junkie. ~Kevin O’Connell

If you spend your lunch hour viewing barefooting videos instead of eating with your co-workers, you might be a barefoot junkie.

If you are watching barefoot videos on Christmas Eve rather than listening to Christmas carols, then you might be a barefoot junkie.  ~Alan Wilson

If there’s snow outside your window but you’re doing tumble turns, one foots, and deep starts in your mind, you might be a barefoot junkie.

100% Certified Barefoot Junkies, Jim McCann & friends

If you spend about 5 hours getting the boat to open water so you can take some runs with a high of 1 degree  AND you wear your dry suit home because it was frozen, you might be a barefoot junkie.   ~Jim McCann


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