Discussion in 'Anything and Everything not Free Rider' started by Cynic, Jul 3, 2015.
mine is about 7 inches
^^^ discord joke stealer
just so everyone knows i came up with the premise for this BRILLIANT, TASTEFUL joke
u should of replied first :rage:
I live in Ireland??? Or Canada
I could’ve gotten my first victory royale but I died 6th place with 2 scars a minigun, a rocket launcher and a silenced pistol and all were legendary I couldn’t stop shouting
wahh wahh i suc at vido gam
Since my last reply, it has been snowing pretty much constantly, on and off, in sheets.
There is now most definitely a foot on the ground.
I went out last night to stock up on briquettes and kindling, and it was absolute hell dragging an overloaded granny trolley through the snow. Yet even though I made some really deep ruts in the snow (and a few that cut into the grass) it has all been covered and levelled. I can't even see where the kerb starts. There's an old rusty bike on the green, and that's completely covered now, only the handlebars and the tyre of one wheel stick out. I hope nobody walks into it and gets hurt. Even the path my next-door neighbour shovelled off has gone in the space of two hours.
People are not allowed to drive after 4 pm, and everyone's worried that a power cut will happen.
As I type there is already a blizzard happening, and a fierce wind down the chimney. It's not normal British snow. That stuff's normally wetter, falls in big lumps, and is easier to make snowballs and snowmen with as it sticks better. What were're getting looks more Siberian. There's a huge mound of it heaping up outside the shed door, yet it's easy to open and push the snow aside. Try that with normal snow and it'll feel like it's wet concrete.
The snow goes up to my knees now, it's well over a foot.
I can't even see where the road is anymore. Where it, the pavement, the lawn and the green used to be is just a broad, level expanse of snow. And we have pretty high pavements.
I told u no school for a week now
Well, aren't you the lucky one ShadowEagle -_-
what is snow....its a mystery to me in Australia.....
im in australia but ive only seen snow once, at mount kozsiosko
Ireland has blocked heavy snow for us. It goes upto my shins (im 7ft) but I still haftogo work
meanwhile in upstate new york, we just got a foot of snow last night (with more still coming down) and my 11am class is still on
The snow has given me three extra days to finish a report for school
hey can I have some snow. the only reason we miss school is because the raw sewage floods out into the field when it rains really hard
All my snow melted it’s 60 degrees outside
octo proof of my theory
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