Weather Wusses

mom: get this, we had less than an inch of snow and they put out a level one snow emergency
mom: dorks
me: haha
me: that’s nice

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    • 1.  dana

      After growing up in upstate NY, moving to Wash DC has been hilarious. Even if they call for a dusting, everyone panics. Dorks indeed.

      December 8, 2008 at 3:59 pm

    • 2.  Casey

      This mom must live up north, because we don’t have levels of snow emergencies down here in Atlanta. There is only one level – complete panic. A single flurry falls and suddenly you can’t find bread and milk in the grocery store anymore.

      December 8, 2008 at 8:48 pm

    • 3.  Jeff

      What I like are the people from areas that don’t normally get snow, move up north and then do not know how to drive when we get that first light snow fall.

      December 9, 2008 at 12:37 pm

    • 4.  Eleanor

      Haha. I live in Calgary – it just snowed several feet. The whole city looks like a Christmas card. Nobody even batted an eye.

      There is no such thing as snow days here.

      December 9, 2008 at 11:56 pm

    • 5.  Sola

      Ha ha! I grew up in the lower mainland of BC, and we’re wimps! One bit of snow and we’re crying and the Albertans are laughing at us.

      We do love the snow days though…whoopeee! Lol!

      December 10, 2008 at 3:02 am

    • 6.  Trixie

      I live in Southern Ontario, 1 hour from Buffalo, and 1 hour from the snow belt. We do get snow, but not as much as other areas, however, when we do get snow, it’s like no one has ever seen it before and certainly never driven in it!

      December 10, 2008 at 10:48 am

    • 7.  Taubin

      I always love that first snowfall of the year here in Michigan. You know, the one that BARELY dusts the ground, yet all the idiots driving decide they have to go 15mph? Makes for a nice, quick drive to work as I zip past them all at 45 (the posted speed limit).

      On the flip side, where I live, they don’t close school for snow days, they just don’t run buses, so, I end up taking my nephew to school if there is more than a few inches on the ground.

      December 16, 2008 at 2:06 am

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