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Posted 1/14/15
Strongly dislike. Do not want =/
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i enjoy snow cones or shaved ice ^3^
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Posted 1/14/15
Snow is really great in theory but then it snows and you're like
"Ack! All this snow!"
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Posted 1/14/15

George_z wrote:

Snow? I only really like it when it's fresh untouched and still white of color.
Unfortunately in the cities where I live and work it doesn't take long for snow to turn into this:

That grey to black-ish sludge which isn't fun to walk through and if temperatures allow even creates hazardous situations.

Not to mention the logistical problems that come up when trying to commute (although the last two years haven't been as bad).


Oh, there's not much grey-ish snow in Stockholm, most of the snow becomes ICE like a day or two after it arrived.
Posted 1/14/15
Only like it when I'm the only one in it.
I wake up like 3-4am in the morning to be the first one to step in it because by 9am it's all turned into sludge from the grit and people's footsteps.
After that, I despise it.
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19 / M / Seattle, WA
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Posted 1/14/15
Snow is cool, ice is not.
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42 / M / A Mile High
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Posted 1/14/15
Love having it in the mountains, hate dealing with it in town.
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Live in a desert as a farmer, snow is vary important for me.
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27 / M / Louisville, KY
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Posted 1/14/15 , edited 1/14/15
When I have no reason to venture out into the snow: Love it.
When I need to go somewhere: Hate it.

Edit: Thankfully, Kentucky doesn't get that much snow. It usually rains most of winter rather than snow. Kentucky does get nasty when it snows though because people see snow and cars start plowing into houses.
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I've never seen snow in my life, I'd love to experience it on the other hand I've had my entire neighborhood encased in ice now THAT was awesome, who needs cars when you can belly slide to the store?
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23 / M / AnimeLand, CA
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Posted 1/14/15
This might sound ironic but I love snow although I've never seen snow IRL
Hopefully before I die I get to see a bit of snow......I hate my city for this.
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25 / M / Alaska, USA
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Posted 1/14/15
I love snow, always have, and always will. Watching it fall is a very calming thing for me, and I also love to Snowboard. Snow is probably my favorite form of precipitation ever.
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Posted 1/14/15 , edited 1/14/15

PeripheralVisionary wrote:


TheOmegaForce70941 wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:

Snow is so romantic.


Are you sure?



"After frolicking in the snow, the two lovers huddled under a blanket near a fireplace, and they began to make love to one another, as they bang each other senselessly like waves cresting against the beach at night. Their love eventually coined the term sexfire".

What part of this isn't romantic?


That's not romantic at all...
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Posted 1/14/15
When I was at school, I loved snow (Yay!!! day off).

Now I am working, I don't like it (trains delay). If it snow, I wish it would be a heavy one, but still don't like it because of shoveling afterwards.
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33 / M / Baltimore, MD
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Posted 1/14/15
I grew up with lots of snow. 2 feet, no problem as a kid. Snow days were awesome.

As an adult, I'm glad I've moved south and have less snow. But, the ice...ice is awful. Snow I can drive in. Ice is hard.
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