With the weird weather happening in North America, sometimes we need a little help trying to describe it.
When a hail storm swept through Texas, destroying mobile homes and cars along the way, the local news asked one resident, Michelle Clark, to describe it. She tells them just how big the hail was, and how she got hit in the face when she opened her door. She livens up her description of what it all sounded like with “KAPOOYA, KAPOOYA”.
That word is becoming a new catch phrase. It’s already becoming part of my vocabulary. Awesome grade? KAPOOYA. The weekend’s here? KAPOOYA. I’m late for work? KAPOOYA. It’s perfect for anything.
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When it comes to reporting the big snowstorm, this reporter isn’t having any of it. Having stayed outside for a good five to six hours, she’s brutally honest in telling the anchors (who are inside a warm place, by the way), that she is tired and the snow sucks.
I don’t know if it is the cynic in me, but the applause the anchors gave the poor, cold woman seems a bit like a mockery. I guess it’s not the most professional environment, but at least they can all laugh at themselves.
The weather has been acting a little bit crazy lately. Snowstorms, rainstorms, warm weather – it starts to add up. Three McMaster University engineers decided to show how ridiculous Canadian weather has been lately, by canoeing in what they say a usually say is a generally dry area. I mean, it’s not THAT much water, right?
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
If you’re one of those people who find thunderstorms soothing and beautiful, you might want to think again. For this woman video taping the lovely storm taking place, she was shocked to see something pop out of the blue while she enjoyed her blissful day indoors. Thankfully though, all was safe.
If you’re planning to watch the weather report tonight, you better watch yourself if you don’t want any nightmares. Because for people watching Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, a demonic face appeared randomly during the transition into the weather report.
While the forecast may be devilishly hot outside, I don’t exactly think a scary face would be the best way to describe the ever-changing climate. Because unlike the scary pop-up faces that show up on the internet, this is something someone can barely control.
Watching this is like a horror movie based on weather.
During a hail storm in Woodward, Oklahoma, some dude was crazy enough to walk through the baseball-sized hail like it’s no big deal.
Even the deer is running its ass off.
Here I thought Canadian winters were pretty scary! I hope hail this big never hits my city!