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Post Reply It's the first time you've seen snow. Why does it make you cry?
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Posted 4/30/16
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Lets say you never seen snow before and the first time you see it you start to cry. Why is that? Explain in your own way why does the first time you see snow it makes you cry. Be creative with this.

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Based on the polls, my most likely answer is because the cold wind got in my eyes.

Being creative about it, probably because it reminds me of the leftover white rice I knocked on the floor last night, or... something.
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Posted 4/30/16
Because it's falling in my eyes
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Posted 4/30/16

Komaruu wrote:

Based on the polls, my most likely answer is because the cold wind got in my eyes.

Being creative about it, probably because it reminds me of the leftover white rice I knocked on the floor last night, or... something.


That poor rice.
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Posted 4/30/16
Probably because of the cold wind. Cold wind always causes my eyes to be watery.
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Buckerss wrote:

Probably because of the cold wind. Cold wind always causes my eyes to be watery.


I'll take it.
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Snow reminds me of Yuki from "The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya." After what happened to her in "Disappearance," it'd make me sad. I wouldn't really cry though. If I did cry, it'd be because I'd have to drive in it. I hate winters.
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Kyoko-chama wrote:

Snow reminds me of Yuki from "The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya." After what happened to her in "Disappearance," it'd make me sad. I wouldn't really cry though. If I did cry, it'd be because I'd have to drive in it. I hate winters.


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Posted 4/30/16
I don't cry. I'm just in awe of its beauty
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Posted 4/30/16
That third poll option is hilarious, and also the truth. lol
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Posted 4/30/16

TRKitsune wrote:

That third poll option is hilarious, and also the truth. lol


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Posted 5/18/16
Tramatizing stuff.... ugh
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Posted 5/18/16
It would be one of the most beautiful sights I've ever seen. I'm in awe of it when I see it anyway. We get it once per year for about an hour where I am.
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Posted 5/18/16
It doesn't but I'll give you the cool answer.
Because I know I'll never see it again.
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Posted 5/18/16
Saw and felt snow for the first time on a a trip to visit a potential college I'd (never) attend.

Didn't cry or anything... I felt confounded. This snow was in Virginia...it was like a really think snow code, except on the ground. I balled a fistful up immediately, and it had a substantial amount of weight to it! I figured if someone threw this hard enough, it could give you a concussion or some really bad bruises elsewhere.

Snow is nice, but resulting ice covering outdoor stairways is not. And then there's the wind shear. *shiver*
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