Despite there being so many words in the English language ‑ and more being invented every day‑ sometimes all you really need is two; like bacon and eggs.
Technically that’s three words, but you get the point. On their own, they are static. But when placed side-by-side they have the power to rile up an electromagnetic nerve impulse strong enough to send a 200-pound grown man running for the nearest Denny’s.
Here’s another two words: Powder Mountain, arguably the best name for a ski area ever. It’s difficult to find another vernacular duo that when used together does a better job of cutting to the core of what seasoned skiers and snowboarders crave the most: A mountain of powder. With more than 7,000 skiable acres and an average 500 inches of snow a year, it’s an appetite Powder Mountain has been satisfying since 1972.