It snow a lot in Canada. So much so that it takes a Day After Tomorrow like storm to cancel classes. Students can typically get to school (if not a little delayed) as most of our buses do just fine whenever the white fluffy stuff falls from the heavens above. With that being said, you know it’s bad when even the bus drivers can’t make it through the snow. We’re just saying. Welcome the the North….
P.S. Winning comment of the day: It looks like that scene in Game of Thrones when they’re walking beyond The Wall.
Oh, you have no idea
It’s videos like these that make me want a dog of my own. I mean, just look how silly this dog named Scooter is! All I want to do is frolic in the deep snow with him.
And on another note, am I the only one who thinks this video can cure sadness?
It’s a wonder why people like to do things last minute (hell, even I do it)! But there’s something about a massive snowstorm that just gets people off their rockers.
So next time a snowstorm’s about to hit, make a mental note for yourself and STOCK UP before sh*t gets REAL. Because if you were caught in the snowmageddon yesterday and weren’t able to get to school or work, you might have caused an embarrassing scene like this man.
Baby, it’s cold outside. Watch these two adorable puppies frolic in the snow. I just want to take them home and cuddle them. SO. CUTE. This is one of those things that make snow look fun. When you are not a puppy, snow is not as fun or cute. It’s messy and ruins your hair.
When jefcharles returned home from work the other day he checked outside to see if there were any cat paw prints. There weren’t. So he thought it was about time he introduced his cat Fletcher to snow and film the results.
I’m sure I wasn’t the only child who sat outside pondering the formation of snow. Those mounds of white, glittering goodness are made of millions of little balls that fall graciously from the sky. But do we ever question how they are formed and where they come from? BytesizeScience‘s “The Chemistry of Snowflakes” perfectly explains how these little angelic gems are formed from the sky. I wish the answer was “magic,” but unfortunately that’s not always the answer to everything.
According to the video, a snowflake at some point forms “cavities.” I’m sure this is in no relation to the kind that us humans get, but it makes you wonder about the beautiful similarities between nature’s wonders and us human beings.
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Here’s one reason to not complain about the frigidly cold temperatures outside: Finnish people. They have to put up with icy weather but they still manage to make up one of the happiest nations in the world. Take it from these bold Finnish guys who glare at the snow with their “come at me hypothermia,” disrobe and bury their bodies under the powder for kicks. Finland, you’re doing it better than everyone else.