I realise they are crap photo´s but one day I just might take a good one and it would be nice to be correctly exposed.
Is Stomper trying to tell me to accept some blown out snow as a trade off for better exposed dark areas.
They're certainly not "crap" photos, but the HDR effect is definitely noticeable in all of them (despite what some others have said), thus they have lost tones that people would consider "realistic", whatever that means. Because of those tones, some folks hate HDR. Ironically, many of the same people who complain about the "false" colors and tones of HDR have no problems with b/w images, which are even more "false". It's a subject thing. If you like the look, go for it.
As for the acceptability of blowing highlights in the histogram, it all depends on the images. Some images require good highlight detail to be effective, others require deep shadow detail. And some require both, which is where HDR comes in handy. Be aware, however, that even if an image's tonal range does not fit into the camera's histogram range (clips at both ends), all is not lost. The camera's histogram displays that tonal range for an 8-bit JPEG image, so if you're shooting RAW (as you should) and processing as 16-bit (as you should), you'll find that there is a lot more information included on both ends and that the image may not be clipping, after all. How much extra highlight and shadow detail exists depends on the scene and the exposure, of course, but there will definitely be more to work with.