In Austria, ski slopes are given a color designation to indicate level of difficulty. This is my interpretation:
Black: Certain Death
Red: Probable Death
Blue: Ok (unless it gets too steep, then it means: Likely Death)
Kindlift: Death Unlikely (unless you run over a child)
What makes skiing in Austria so interesting is that these different colors overlap frequently. So you may think you’re skiing on a nice gentle blue slope when suddenly it overlaps a red slope and you are facing your mortality at 1800 meters (something like 5000 feet for all us Americans). Then you will see literal toddlers blow by you with perfect form and no fear. That’s how you know it’s time for a beer.