Okay guys, I've passed the ZA test and I'm taking up the job of being another updater for the Volcanic Mountain zone over at UPN.
Next person to do their introductory post there is miiiine ;D
*puppy dog eyes* please?
congrats on passing the test. :]
I am so lazy, you guys. Come Xmas break I may actually write my intros and get this over with.
Omgoshh its snowing snow today, and its sticking. :D
I'm really feeling up the Christmas Spirit this year. *feel feel*
You guys sure like talking about snow.
The snow here melted a bit yesterday, whcih means taht overnight it all turned to slick ice. It's crusty snow, too. It's supposed to snow again tomorrow, I think, and it may be sticky fun snowball snow for a day, but it's just gonna sharp and crusty again.
And then it will melt a bit, and turn into ice, and be totally not fun at all. There's so much snow here, guys. I think we've accumulated... 2.5 feet (45 cm you metric system boobs) so far, and there's still a whole winter to go.
Last year it came up over our heads. It was a wicked snowstorm.
Oh, also, Ontario, Canada. That is my reason.
Hahahahaha, no you don't. You really don't.
Haha, what good side? It's cold and it's sharp and it doesn't go away. It's sticky snowman-material less than 1% of the time. It clogs up streets and costs everyone living here extra taxes to pay for snowplows.
Where are you, Australia?
Sure, it's hot and... deserty and... cane toady, and stuff, but at least you guys can catch bugs all year round, not like here where the frogs hibernate in the mud and the butterflies and ladybugs emigrate to Mexico. All 'cos of that damn snow.
I think we found our Grinch.
I think everyone needs to go outside and roll around in the snow, make snow angles and drink hot choloate. I mean come on, snow is only the best thing in the world next to.. Summer and it only comes once a year for some people. ;-; Stupid Eastern Canada getting all the snow, I would gladly take it if I could. :P
And snow isn't the best thing next to summer, it's the ONLY thing next to summer. And central Canada gets way more snow than Ontario, which is why if I lived in Alberta, or Saskatchewan, or Manitoba, or up north where beef prices are ridiculously high, I'd probably grow depressed and... I dunno, die.
I swear you warm-climate guys. Unless you like skiing, you're not missing out on much.
The only thing we Floridians can boast is the occasional hailstorm and 40-60 degrees Fahrenheit temps.
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