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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by The_Bass, Feb 7, 2004.
then I opened the door.
Well, that's a good sized speedbump for leaving the house
Yeah, it's pretty similar over here.
(We live in the same village)
alright, lets get to it, we got plenty of shovels
Wimp. Go for your walk, Sally.
I would break down in tears if I saw that outside my door.
wow, that'd be cool - you could make a tunnel to your neighbor's house.
Reminds me of this cockeyed.com article(click image for link)
Yeah man, screw digging out!
Id just tunnel to the nearest McDonalds and get a double quarter pounder and some Dr. Pepper and then meet up with my band and start rocking out in my new ice tunnel.
ok, so I started digging (my nephew took care of digging a tunnel, though).
ok, my walk had gone down the drain.
"Maybe I should go for a drive... ?"
damn it!! (see attachments)
EDIT: all this snow in the car came through a <1cm gap in the window.
ps. this thread was brought to you by Canon Powershot G3.
It's still frozen, so at least you can brush the snow out of the car.
I thought the Iceland Greenland thing was true, but now I see it isn't
What movie was that from?
See people think all of Canada is like that.
Right now theres about 5in' of snow
wowsa, thats like 5 feet of snow! That is insane lol. I think that Iceland Greenland line was from Groundhog Day.
I remember them mentioning that in Mighty Ducks 2.
actually, it's more like 6 feet outside the windows on my house.
Of course it could have been worse. It could have piled up AFTER delivery of a new bass. That would certainly be incentive for shovelling like a madman.
btw - I grew up in Buffalo, NY. Practically everyone I know who's never been there has your front door picture as a mental model of a typical day in Buffalo.
why would you want to dig yourself out when you just recieved a new bass?
on a side note, I can't really say this is typical in iceland. I don't remember seeing this much snow here on the east coast of iceland. It's usually alot worse on the west coast.
actually, all that snow and being stuck inside the house(didn't want to go out) was kinda good for me, gave me time to do some stuff I normally don't have time for. (like practising for the play where I'll be playing keyboards )