If it was Los Angeles:
One quarter inch: Panic
Half an inch: Hysteria.
Three quarters of an inch or more: Apocolypse.
Seasonal affective disorder meter.
Ski season? Snow depth?Or Viagra?
I’m miserable at 2", and I live in Pennsylvania! I’ve had to shovel more than 24" at a time – the worst I have ever seen was 31" back in 1996, and then 28.5" in 2010.
Based on the chart which BC is standing next to, he’s about two-and-a-half feet tall.
So you guys think the point is that the more snow, the happier he is?
I guess that sort of works.
@AshburnStadium summer is nice in Hazleton. Seems to me last year it was on a Friday.
I’m from Buffalo. We don’t even notice until there’s at least a foot on the ground.
these cave men are only 2 feet tall?
So if this is about snow, why the boxing gloves? Doesn’t make ANY sense to me.
Most recent snow storm – it started snowing Christmas Eve day (early) 2008 and did not stop until Boxing Day. It was wonderful! Except for having to walk on sidewalks that hadn’t been cleared. .I too think he is wearing boxing gloves. They just look too large and clumsy to be mittens.
But why those gloves/mittens? Are they for hockey and is that the season he’s talking about?
Yup, this one asks for WAY to many double entendres.
My first reaction is that he is looking forward (way forward) to fishing season. Of course the chart of inches-to-attitude would likely NOT be in actual inches. And knowing some fishing fanatics, it seems a reasonable interpretation.
BC’s only two feet tall??
I can’t relate to the “too much” label, but otherwise his labeling makes sense if he’s talking about snow. Of course, I say this having never seen a really big storm – the most that I’ve ever seen has been 3 or 4 feet of total accumulation. Sadly, I now live in a snow-challenged locale – great storms 2 years ago, but last year yielded zilch (nothing!!!!), and this year is not looking too promising, either. Wah!
What is snow ?Why the boxing gloves ?
Why would more snow make him happier? I think it would be just the opposite.
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