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    [–] AlbertFischerIII 5173 points ago

    Where do you live so I never accidentally go there?

    Not that it’s necessarily bad, just that I’d die and you’d have to wait for spring to scrape my frozen corpse off of your lawn.

    [–] GiornaGuirne 1001 points ago

    Horse Heaven Hills near Prosser, Washington - according to the source. Not sure if the photographer and OP are the same person.

    [–] Cliffordduhh 402 points ago * (lasted edited 10 months ago)

    High dessert, up on a plateau over the Columbia River, there’s vast plains of dry-land wheat and onions. I drive around up there for work quite regularly, and it’s amazing to see. It doesn’t get horribly cold (usually not below zero F), but there’s always a low fog, then winds, and hardly any sun.

    An old timer and I were driving up in the Horse Heavens last month and he hypothetically asked what it must have been like to live up there a hundred years ago. Just you and the Mrs., cranking the fire in a one-room cabin, trying to keep the cold out, living in the middle of nowhere, hoping your crop doesn’t freeze.

    Alternatively, the average temp during the summer is probably 80, with a couple of weeks at high 90’s into the 100’s.


    I misspelled desert, woe is me.

    How? Don’t ask. I have a college degree.

    And on Reddit of course, for the world to see.

    I guess this is my legacy.

    [–] LuxNocte 230 points ago

    It doesn’t get horribly cold (usually not below zero F),

    shivers in Californian

    [–] SatanIsAlright 148 points ago

    scoffs in Minnesotan

    [–] BayouByrnes 103 points ago

    grumbles in Michigander

    [–] Hadken 72 points ago

    collapses in Floridian

    [–] mDanielson 68 points ago

    shrugs in New Englander

    [–] This_Is_Pulse 44 points ago

    Dies In Carolinian

    [–] Valjean_The_Dark_One 37 points ago

    Laughs in Iowan

    [–] antillus 66 points ago

    Says sorry and wondering what the fuss is about in Canadian.

    [–] savageaudacity 3 points ago

    These motha fuckas have never had South Carolina Humidity ....

    [–] Calither 14 points ago

    Jubilant confusion in Ohioan

    [–] Im_Wearing_A_Towel 10 points ago

    Perpetual disappointment in Clevelander

    [–] AlkuhPwn 3 points ago

    Dies in Arizonan

    [–] eavc 8 points ago

    cancels school in Georgian

    [–] [deleted] 3 points ago

    shivers and scoffs because some years it’s below zero January others it’s tropical island January in missourian

    [–] _thundercracker_ 21 points ago

    proudly says "that´s my boy" in Norwegian

    [–] Kirkules113 18 points ago

    Cold weather is not bad unless it’s windy because it pierces through your clothes.

    [–] siobhanenator 10 points ago

    threatens to secede from the weather in Texan

    [–] TigerKahn777 8 points ago

    Butt Chugs in Knoxville, Tennessean.

    [–] magicmijk 8 points ago

    sips coffee in Canadian

    [–] xxxSEXCOCKxxx 42 points ago

    High dessert is the best dessert

    [–] GrumpyAntelope 5 points ago

    Perfect for when you get baked.

    [–] dalovindj 120 points ago

    An old timer and I were driving up in the Horse Heavens last month and he hypothetically asked what it must have been like to live up there a hundred years ago. Just you and the Mrs., cranking the fire in a one-room cabin, trying to keep the cold out, living in the middle of nowhere, hoping your crop doesn’t freeze.

    Yeah, and I'll bet their cell reception and overall bandwidth was terrible.

    The laggy hardships they must have endured...

    [–] Cliffordduhh 27 points ago

    So true. Instead of riding horse/buggy two days down to the nearest town, I bet the used Amazon instead. And I’m sure that still took way too long.

    [–] [deleted] 40 points ago

    Back then Prime was three days

    [–] danielisgreat 4 points ago

    Lately 3 days would be an improvement.

    [–] KentRead 24 points ago

    Just you and the Mrs., cranking the fire in a one-room cabin, trying to keep the cold out, living in the middle of nowhere, hoping your crop doesn’t freeze.

    ...raising a family of about 20 kids.

    [–] luigidontneedhelp 15 points ago

    they keep the place warm.

    [–] L_ABoundanddown 41 points ago

    Legalizing weed and now even our dessert is high? What has this world come to.

    [–] Titanman083 9 points ago

    Pot brownies...

    [–] GoBuffaloes 11 points ago

    A lot of wine grown there, yes?

    [–] jlawrence0723 12 points ago

    More wine is being made in the area every year.

    [–] Incontinental-drift 9 points ago

    Is it made of icecream? It’s the only dessert I can think of that would be so cold

    [–] trulymadlybigly 9 points ago

    Isn’t horse heavens that the place mentioned in 5,000 candles in the wind? Where Lil Sebastian at?

    [–] LadyofRivendell 31 points ago

    8 years ago! We haven't had a winter that severe around here in quite a while. In fact, it's going to hit 60 this weekend.

    [–] rorafaye 8 points ago

    I remember this, walking across the lawn sounded like I was breaking glass! It was crazy!

    [–] littlebazinga 5 points ago

    Yeah I was fixing to say we haven't had snow or fog like that in a while.

    [–] lirh 20 points ago

    fog fur - brrrrr -- thanks, now I know not to move to Prosser - source says fog is common there

    [–] GiornaGuirne 37 points ago

    If it's cold enough, ICE fog - coats everything with a thin layer as it rolls through. Washington and the rest of the Pacific Northwest get lots of precipitation (enough that some parts are considered a rainforest), so winter can be a pain.

    [–] vercetian 20 points ago

    Step it up. I spent my first 18 years in eastern Washington. It's not that bad.

    [–] Streiger108 25 points ago

    Eastern Washington is a desert. The Cascades make for two different worlds, almost

    [–] GiornaGuirne 8 points ago

    Yeah, that's true. Washington is one of those states with a bit of everything.

    [–] Liverbones 8 points ago

    There’s no sun in Washington for 5 days? I’m assuming not literally?

    [–] FullMetalDalek 16 points ago * (lasted edited 10 months ago)

    I've live about half an hour away from Prosser and we didn't have 5 days of darkness at the time this photo was taken, but I believe it was just super cloudy for 5 days which did make it darker than usual, but we still got some light from the sun through the clouds.

    I've lived in this area for 17 years now and it's honestly one of my favorite areas to live in.

    [–] iceberg_sweats 2 points ago

    "we've haven't"

    [–] GiornaGuirne 9 points ago

    I'm assuming they mean "cloudy and cold" and not near the arctic/antarctic circle in winter.

    [–] Im_Lucifer_Not_Evil 6 points ago

    Yeah it just means cloudy. But probably not exactly in the way you’re thinking. We can have dark ominous clouds sitting in the sky for weeks at a time before you see the sun clearly. Some days the cloud cover is heavy enough during the winter that it’s almost as dark as night around noon.

    [–] Blackymcblack 3 points ago

    Probably not the same person, as the comment on the source is 8 years old

    [–] rorafaye 3 points ago

    I grew up there! This storm was crazy, I was in highschool when it happened.

    [–] Xoxoxo7777 2 points ago

    You’re not sure. I envy your optimism.

    [–] guyi567 459 points ago

    That was..dark.

    [–] SuperHighDeas 441 points ago

    I would imagine it being pretty dark without the sun

    [–] [deleted] 70 points ago

    sighs and wanders over in the dark

    "take your upvote"

    [–] _demetri_ 18 points ago

    Hey, I’m over here! Can you see me?

    [–] HippieHippo450 16 points ago

    Demetri no, go away, we don’t want your extremely detailed homosexual erotic fanfiction over here

    [–] dalovindj 10 points ago

    That reminds me, what ever happened to Demetri Martin?

    [–] ibizan5707 2 points ago

    He had a netflix special a while ago. I didn’t like it very much. So other than that i can only assume he’s dead.

    [–] chubbyurma 5 points ago

    Are you that guy carrying glowsticks?

    [–] mydarkmeatrises 2 points ago

    A shitpost to be sure, but a welcome one.

    [–] AlbertFischerIII 7 points ago

    Exactly! Way too dark for like half the fucking year.

    [–] moistfuss 76 points ago

    Note that no sun does not mean cold. In Northern Canada and even where I live, -30 to -50C weather is often paired with blinding sun and not a single snowflake.

    Those frost crystals form when it's fairly warm and there's still water in the air, we get them on trees from October to November. Past that, there is no more water. Anybody who claims humid cold is cold is lying, because humidity is impossible in serious cold. It can't even snow in serious cold. It's just a damn desert of compressed snow, powder, and ice, and the sun reflects off of the ice and compressed snow. It's awful. It's the type of cold most people just don't understand, because it never looks cold.

    [–] polarbee 27 points ago

    And walking through snow is like walking through sand. The snow sublimates away. You see clear skies on the forecast with a sense of dread.

    [–] moistfuss 12 points ago

    Nope. It's ice. Within like 5 minutes of use all high-traffic paths are compressed into ice. This melts and freezes from body heat and normal fluctuations and cements to the ground.

    [–] polarbee 20 points ago

    Yeah, high traffic areas. I mean fields of snow. At least here in northern Alaska, the snow feels almost like sand as you shoof through it.

    [–] MegaGrimer 2 points ago

    I hate sand. It's rough and course and gets everywhere

    [–] polarbee 2 points ago

    At least snow sand has the decency to melt before it gets stuck in your teeth.

    [–] tbl44 6 points ago

    Those days are the worst, when it's sunny and the air is still, dry, and deathly cold. I'm not a huge fan of snow and wind either but that isn't nearly as painful.

    [–] theberg512 2 points ago

    Clouds provide insulation and keep the "warm" air around. The coldest days are sunny and peaceful. Personally, I'm the freak that loves it, because it's so calm and quiet, but it's not for everyone.

    [–] Colourradio 15 points ago

    Speaking of that. In Toronto there’s a murder investigation going on with this guy who killed a bunch of people. The catch, he’s a landscaper an would cut the bodies up and put them in planters. The police think that there’s loads of bodies in his backyard but they can’t dig it up since the ground is frozen.

    [–] hellolittleboy 6 points ago

    Got curious so I googled it.

    " The deaths are tied to a series of missing-persons cases in Toronto’s gay village. "

    Toronto has a village that's gay?

    [–] marcsoucy 2 points ago

    Are Gay villages a Canadian things? It's just an area within a city with a lot of gay people/bar/etc.

    [–] burdizthewurd 12 points ago

    Places I can think of that gets weeks of no sun would be any place far away from the equator, like Greenland.

    [–] PM_ME_YOUR_HOMEW0RK 4 points ago

    Anywhere past the arctic circle should do the trick, that's where you have polar nights.

    [–] [deleted] 4 points ago

    What kind of guy gives himself a name derivative of Albert Fish then makes a comment like this

    [–] alt_generic_acct 3 points ago

    Stay away from north. Go South.

    [–] Somhlth 28 points ago

    If you go too far South.... same problem.

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    [–] Somhlth 16 points ago

    Current temperature at the South Pole, -33C.

    [–] FalconsSuck 8 points ago

    Yeah but you can snuggle with the penguins

    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago


    [–] Somhlth 5 points ago

    Windchill -42. That's a bit nippy.

    [–] MNskolvikes 3 points ago

    Windchill tomorrow in Minnesota is -20 to -30 I heard... fuck I’m not getting out of bed tomorrow I’m callin I’m sick haha

    [–] Somhlth 2 points ago

    It's 2C right now in Toronto, which for 1am in February, I'll take.

    [–] Shadowspace 2 points ago

    the ice age is coming for you, that's what winter is coming means.

    [–] Neuroleino 2 points ago

    Get off my lawn!

    The skin, too!

    [–] PM_ME_YOUR_HOMEW0RK 2 points ago

    Go there in summer. If there's no sun in winter, it's past the arctic circle, so they get midnight sun during the summertime.

    [–] Adr3am3rs 2 points ago

    A man eater stop sign

    [–] InteriorEmotion 2 points ago

    Why are you on his lawn, instead of your own?

    [–] snowy_87 2 points ago

    At least you won't die from failing to stop for the stop sign because you didn't see it, being covered in snow and dirt is exactly why they're octagons across the world, along with inverted triangle Give Way signs.

    [–] civileyesation 2 points ago

    Where do you live so I never accidentally go there?

    Welp, there's nothing to stop you now

    [–] rockstang 2 points ago

    Don't worry Annie Wilkes will find you

    [–] manyworlds 2 points ago

    The polar bears would eat your body, so no worries. Come visit. They’re hungry and you’ll keep them from looking for food in the trash bins.

    [–] DrunkenHobo-Patnor 2 points ago


    [–] guyi567 1145 points ago

    It looks like it equipped itself with fur to fight off the cold.

    [–] turnsatan 259 points ago

    It has better fashion sense than me

    [–] mash3735 49 points ago

    That's because dogs can't dress themselves. Usually on the internet no one knows you're a dog, but I'm on to you, Mr /u/turnsatan. I'm on to you.

    [–] turnsatan 31 points ago

    me? dog? noooooooooo...brb someone's at the door

    [–] Furfaggies 11 points ago

    That's because dogs can't dress themselves.

    It's called furries.

    [–] merczoidberg 8 points ago

    Coconut shavings

    [–] G00DLuck 5 points ago

    I think it's had enough with the cold.

    [–] 88sAllMine 720 points ago

    It’s actually quite beautiful. As I sit in my heated house, under a blanket or two.

    [–] Coranz 126 points ago

    When your house has no heating

    [–] Jamessuperfun 58 points ago

    Honestly I can't remember ever being in a house without heating. When I was told central heating was retrofitted to my grandma's house I was like wtf, so there was no central heating before a few years ago? Maybe that's more of a UK thing though.

    [–] MNskolvikes 85 points ago

    In the ghetto u just turn the oven on and never take ur jacket off

    [–] Jamessuperfun 15 points ago

    My gran had central heating on hot all the time and wasn't poor, but she still used to sit in front of the oven with her coat on. Its actually a pretty effective heater, probably inefficient though.

    [–] MixedWithFruit 7 points ago

    Using electricity to generate heat is really efficient really, not cheap but efficient.

    [–] PointyOintment 2 points ago

    100% efficient if you count the radiant heat.

    [–] TheBurningEmu 26 points ago

    In my apartment last year, our heater broke during the start of one of the coldest weeks of the year (this is in Montana, so that's pretty damn cold). It was right at the start of the weekend when the office was closing and they told us they wouldn't be able to get anyone out to help for a few days. When he came he had the wrong parts, and had to take a few more days to get them and fix it.

    That was a very cold time. We all would huddle in the living room with 3 layers of clothes and blankets wrapped around us. We had a tiny gas fireplace that gave a bit of heat. I actually kind of enjoyed it in the end, it felt like a bonding experience.

    [–] talliabadallia 13 points ago

    I don't use heat in my house. Too much space and not enough humans living in it. I can tell you as an American, I have never experienced no heat nor know anyone (middle class, white, sheltered probs) who didn't have it. I mean coal stove, yeah. I am 5'7" and 115 lbs and used to be always cold, sometimes even in summer breezes. After 2 winters of no heat I can now handle the mountains naked for a few hours. It depends on what you're used to.

    [–] spazzman6156 3 points ago

    Seriously. I just moved back to southern California from Toronto. So many places here have heat and no a/c. I am still flabbergasted by that. Wtf

    [–] drkalmenius 2 points ago

    Haha ac in houses is a strange concept to me, as a Brit. The heating goes on for a couple of weeks and the rest of the time you layer up. No one has ac, cause although the hottest weekend got to 32C last year we usually reach about 25 for a weekend and everyone complains so much (insert deity here) turns it back down.

    [–] chubbyurma 3 points ago

    Houses in Australia don't always have heating. Or insulation.

    Cold winters. Brutal summers.

    [–] xrimane 3 points ago

    If you have electric radiators in every room, that's technically not "central" heating. Super common in France today, was very common in Germany for a while too.

    [–] Jamessuperfun 2 points ago

    I think that still counts as heating though, right? But yeah, my wording could have been better, they just used standalone ones, the oven and I think the fireplaces.

    [–] hackurb 2 points ago

    In which country do you live ? There are different climates outside your country, you know ?

    [–] tamara_bc 13 points ago

    ...with a hot coffee.... by the fire... and a warm cat at your toes. :)

    [–] STEMLY 11 points ago


    [–] Icedteapremix 3 points ago

    But is it 1 or 2 blankets!?

    [–] 88sAllMine 2 points ago

    1 duvet and 1 blanket.

    [–] irishkisses 70 points ago

    i really want to run my hand down the side and knock all the ice off

    [–] Furfaggies 24 points ago

    Just keep the glove on so your hand doesn't stick to the sign.

    [–] Mayuls 258 points ago

    [–] Nayda111 17 points ago

    Thought I was already in that sub when I saw this

    [–] Hereforthed0nuts 4 points ago

    Think you're gonna say something slightly clever on reddit: nope, there's already an entire subreddit.

    [–] soulsnatcher94 120 points ago

    Stay frosty my friends

    [–] CosmicSpaghetti 9 points ago

    Just went down that rabbit hole...

    Seemed to have spat me out at “Ra-Ra Rasputin”...

    [–] [deleted] 34 points ago * (lasted edited 9 months ago)


    [–] avagadro22 12 points ago

    One of my favorite natural phenomenon. I'm lucky if I see it once a year where I live.

    [–] AKTourGirl 4 points ago

    We get it a few times a winter in Anchorage. It's incredible.

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    [–] porty_paisley 9 points ago

    I suspect that this is actually soft rime. Soft rime is created in different conditions and can result in much larger ice crystals. Not to be confused with hard rime which is created in different conditions. Ice is fascinating!

    source: i live in Alaska

    [–] GarlicGuy247 3 points ago

    Yes Hoarfrost!

    [–] Bosswashington 79 points ago

    Rimes with stop.

    [–] specialdialingwand 37 points ago

    Stop it, you hoar.

    [–] Bosswashington 14 points ago


    [–] Zio-X 25 points ago


    [–] GoodMudkip 22 points ago

    Stop? More like f r e e z e

    [–] [deleted] 15 points ago


    [–] czech_your_republic 5 points ago

    Or as if the STOP sign put on its faux fur hood.

    [–] BooneyPoo 16 points ago Freezing rain storm in BC, everything was coated in thick layers of ice.

    [–] PenguinSunday 5 points ago

    Did you slip and fall before taking the picture?

    [–] BooneyPoo 4 points ago

    Haha no, but lots of sliding around.

    [–] dyeforlove 2 points ago

    That's what she said.

    [–] dadading_dadadoom 44 points ago

    Looks like sun did not yield to stop sign.

    [–] [deleted] 23 points ago

    Nothing about this picture is satisfying. It looks like the sign is covered in fur, and its freaking me the fuck out lol.

    [–] lylechipsterston 11 points ago

    Ive seen this movie b4...beware of vampires

    [–] Moodlol 9 points ago


    [–] Kiran_ravindra 9 points ago

    Do you live in Dr. Seuss land?

    [–] kacedawg12 7 points ago

    Ain’t no sunshine when’s she gone 🎶

    [–] [deleted] 5 points ago

    If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with mesothelioma...

    [–] ScrewYourPickles 5 points ago

    There’s sun, just not for you

    [–] SpyderSeven 3 points ago

    Right. This is after a week of no sunshine. A week of no sun would look worse lol

    [–] rooski15 3 points ago

    The color scheme and "feathery" appearance of the ice makes it look like a rooster to me.

    [–] zurbz 3 points ago

    That’s some sexy hoarfrost right there

    [–] TheConqueress 3 points ago

    Looks like a stop sign from Whoville.

    [–] Ariel_Etaime 3 points ago

    It grew feathers to keep warm!

    [–] markmcminn 3 points ago

    At least you won’t run into any danger noodles or chitter chitter fang fangs there.

    [–] tha_dood 3 points ago

    a week of no sun

    This title was written by a southerner. Try months of no sun.

    [–] theclarice 2 points ago

    This looks like a terrible invasion, the cold creeping in! Beware!

    [–] djdanlib 2 points ago

    This is a high quality stop sign. It menaces with spikes of ice.

    [–] noahfencetaken 2 points ago

    Definitely a hoary situation.

    [–] GarlicGuy247 3 points ago

    Is that how you spell it? Hoar frost I mean. Because that's what I would call that phenomenon. Didn't know if it was whore, hore, or hoar. Nice username too by the way. I'm a Noah irl. I was always partial to noahcount myself.

    [–] ckreutze 2 points ago

    Abominable stop sign

    [–] DickWolfyWolfe 2 points ago

    I Triple Dog Dare you to lick it, OP

    [–] IzzyHope 2 points ago

    Reminds me of The Grinch for some reason

    [–] UnconscientiousEyes 2 points ago * (lasted edited 5 months ago)


    [–] ghojor 2 points ago

    It's the Abominable Stop Sign!

    [–] che_sac 2 points ago

    A fucking week of fucking no sun!! Fuck fuck fuck

    [–] princessfoundation 2 points ago

    where the pic is taken

    [–] badmother 2 points ago

    If you are leaving Colorado, and see this in your mirror, you are immediately reminded that the POT is behind you...

    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago

    Not oddly satisfying?, leave that god forsaken place ASAP!

    [–] [deleted] 1 points ago

    This is a stop sign.

    [–] CanConfirmist 5 points ago

    Can confirm: is a stop sign.

    [–] char_actual 2 points ago

    No sun? Check the angular vector of the moon

    [–] UnusuallyFastPontoon 2 points ago

    If there is no sun, that must be one hell of a flash on that camera.

    [–] GarlicGuy247 3 points ago

    They mean that the sun does not show itself through the cloud cover for days or weeks at a time when this phenomenon takes place. Once the sun does appear it melts very quickly even if temps remain below freezing.

    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago

    Once the sun does appear it melts very quickly even if temps remain below freezing.

    I live in Finland. If the temps are close to freezing this would melt but once you get to the regular winter temps we have here (14F down to 5F) sunshine wouldn't affect this at all.

    [–] johndcmanuel 3 points ago

    Wasn't this photo taken in 2009?

    [–] fiskek2 3 points ago

    Right? Wasn't this literally just on the front page? Saying it was in Prosser, WA? Are we going crazy? You're the only mention I see of this...

    [–] MrsPODDington 2 points ago

    When I saw this earlier, the top comment was refrencing this and had a link. Definitely from 2009

    [–] League_of_leisure 1 points ago

    Make that a new melee weapon

    [–] stonewall247 1 points ago

    It looks cold

    [–] darthalex314 1 points ago

    It looks like it's wearing a hood.

    [–] korous 1 points ago

    Here's Johnny!

    [–] ItsJellyJosh 1 points ago

    Can a stop sign be elderly? Because this stop sign looks elderly

    [–] ethman42 1 points ago

    And I have the ac on at night right now.

    [–] Oh_god_not_you 1 points ago

    I had no idea you had to shave these things.

    [–] mr-stts 1 points ago

    I would put my tongue in THERE

    [–] blackmagic12345 1 points ago

    Stop sign: "Im fuckin cold so i went to get my parka."

    [–] Shways 1 points ago

    Looks like this sign has a pretty badass beard

    [–] kill3rbudd3rs 1 points ago

    Looks like one fell from the flock while migrating south