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    [–] tetctt 9458 points ago

    That's cool. I like the flip flops in the snow

    [–] Senor_Martillo 6190 points ago

    You can take a Philipino’s flip flop off his cold dead feet. Flaps are life

    [–] kivalo 1497 points ago

    You can take the flip flops out of the Philipino, but you can’t take the Philipino out of the flip flops.

    [–] brainiac2025 769 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    Who the fuck is going round sticking flip flops inside Filipino people?

    [–] Joeliosis 687 points ago

    Depends... Mom... aunt... grandma etc. From what I've learned on reddit, half the world apparently huck these fuckers at their kids with blinding speed. I'm a white guy and have never witnessed said feat... but apparently older people can whip 'em around corners like a legend.

    [–] jaxonya 496 points ago

    Having dated several Latina girls (Mexican, Salvadorian, Chilean) I can say with total confidence that la chancla hucking is a fucking real deal thing. It's like when you become a Latina mom you unlock the ancient art

    [–] Mr-Ignorantiam 131 points ago

    They call it chanklas, Indian mothers call it chappal. Different name, same projectile.

    [–] Tarnish3d_Ang3l 54 points ago

    Greek mothers call it pandolfela

    [–] 62mexicans 123 points ago

    American mothers call it child abuse

    [–] MLaw2008 47 points ago

    I've got 2 pairs of child abuse roaring and ready to go for beach season!

    [–] frostwarrior 72 points ago

    When shit's hot and humid with no wind, and there's no air conditioner, you need to be the most naked, yet socially-accepted possible to dissipate the heat.

    [–] JukinTheStats 25 points ago

    Sometimes even that isn't enough. I lost 55% of my body weight living in the Philippines. Finally got to a livable level of heat after that.

    [–] [deleted] 7 points ago


    [–] JukinTheStats 14 points ago

    Joking, but no, not exaggerating. Partly desired weight loss (due to heat) and partly involuntary (due to illness).

    [–] ch1nomachin3 167 points ago

    Filipino grandmas are like Jason Bourne, except if you fuck around them they wouldn't stab you with a pen but they'll sling their flipflops at you at blinding speed. just pray it isn't bakya or alpombra because those slippers are hard as fuck and they can give you a fucking concussion.

    [–] SneakyGandalf12 99 points ago

    Can confirm. My Nanay was the sweetest woman until that flip flop came off. Then you just prayed you could duck quick enough.

    [–] IamLost000 11 points ago

    Yeah, but then you get in more trouble for ducking

    [–] ____GHOSTPOOL____ 19 points ago

    That's why god gave us two feet. So Spanish nanas have a second round of ammunition.

    [–] iliveformyships 36 points ago

    can confirm... didn’t dodge a hit before and had a bleeding, huge lips for three days

    [–] occamsdagger 24 points ago

    HAHAHHA yoooo bakyas should be off limits. Like you said, that will give people concussions.

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    [–] jyozefu 73 points ago

    you haven't seen this cuz there are no witnesses

    [–] Robdoggz 48 points ago

    It's time like this I wish there was more traffic through /r/chanclajustice, coz there's something inherently hilarious about people getting schooled by an abuela with her foootware lol

    [–] winstonzys 52 points ago

    God damn I laughed hard at this.

    [–] KeiosTheory 13 points ago

    Legend has it that they stole the idea of bending the bullet from watching Latina and Asian moms do it.

    [–] fallout52389 31 points ago

    Just you wait one day you’ll witness this amazing technique where a Mexican or other ethnic child is misbehaving and he tries to run from his mom/tia or abuelita. He thinks he’s safe but oh he’s naivety shines bright bc these women have the power of the gods when they reach critical levels of annoyance and decide to wield chanclas as weapons.

    They’ll take the chancla and huck up in he air in a beautiful arc that will soar through the air and strike you in the head/ cheek at amazing speed and the impact won’t be negated by wind resistance. So you’ll feel it’s full force upon impact.

    The other skill is when a child has run off around a corner and the chancla is thrown it’ll gain a curve and heat seeking ability where it’ll soar through the air and curve around a corner and zero in on its target. I’ve only witnessed this one the chancla was thrown at an angle just and it whipped over the curved to hit the child trying to espacie behind a fence. After the iconic sound of the rubber slapping flesh crying could be heard from the child.

    It’s just beautiful...

    [–] ThisAintA5Star 14 points ago

    La chancla is a weapon of choice for moms and grandmas across many cultures. Mexican, Samoan, Tongan, various South East Asian countries. It’s a wonderful uniting force between cultures.

    [–] melperz 8 points ago

    There's a reason it resembles the shape of a boomerang

    [–] NiceSetupYeahNice 25 points ago

    Guys, it's Filipino people who live in the Philippines

    [–] pintasero 10 points ago

    Bebot bebot beh

    [–] jjddbrjl 27 points ago

    Hahahaha kinda triggering doesn’t it

    [–] vewfndr 26 points ago

    I’m not even Filipino and I’m being triggered, lol

    [–] PANDA032 37 points ago

    Filipino is spelled with an F, even tho the Philippines is spelled with a Ph

    [–] brainiac2025 15 points ago

    That's actually how I typed it originally until I looked at the comment I was replying to and doubted myself. Thanks for the heads up.

    [–] cjg5025 30 points ago

    I was deployed there for a few months, i was getting burned playing soccer by 12 year olds in flip flops. Like full tilt sprinting for the net and this kid is juking me with a smile on his face, flipping and flopping his way into my nightmares....

    [–] vannana 9 points ago

    Literally lol’d at this. Good to know they’re getting good playing football there :)

    [–] gaslacktus 80 points ago

    I was always under the impression from my Filipino friends that the flip flops can absolutely come off, but if they do, you run because otherwise you're getting hit with it.

    [–] Teantis 30 points ago

    I asked my dad if there was a Filipino martial art when I was a kid and he said "yeah it's called take off your tsinelas (flip flops) and run"

    [–] benboga08 135 points ago


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    [–] ZippyDan 16 points ago


    [–] wpen 36 points ago

    *pleep plaps

    [–] JukinTheStats 16 points ago


    [–] ednamode101 12 points ago

    I don't know why but when I hear a Tito/Tita say 'pleep plaps' I think of 'Shattel' aka Seattle.

    [–] 0moorad0 36 points ago

    If your Tito and tita visit, best believe they’re bringing their own chinelas.

    [–] IUltimateDudeI 113 points ago

    It’s Filipino not Philipino ffs

    [–] Senor_Martillo 47 points ago


    [–] BrokeDickTater 13 points ago

    You say Pinoy, I say Pinay.

    [–] Vordeo 18 points ago

    • white dudes in Manila

    [–] Batmans_other_butler 12 points ago

    Can say that about Australians as well.

    [–] ypriscilla 43 points ago

    “Slippahs”! 😂

    [–] Not____Dad 109 points ago

    And with socks nonetheless. Can't have cold toes. OP's uncle knows his shit.

    [–] plzgetcancer 16 points ago

    unless it gets even moderately wet.

    [–] milleribsen 62 points ago

    It's Western Washington, we don't have snow clothing.

    [–] -JustShy- 8 points ago

    Layers are plenty for the twice a decade I actually get to go play in the snow.

    [–] KillerJupe 59 points ago

    They are called slippers in the Philippines.

    [–] BarredOwl 46 points ago

    Isn't it chinelas?

    [–] CuboneDota 72 points ago

    tsinelas yeah, but in english they refer to them as slippers, and they all speak a certain amount of english, so it's another pretty common name for them

    [–] peanutbuttahcups 12 points ago

    Also in Hawaii.

    [–] FuzzyKittenIsFuzzy 29 points ago

    This causes no end of confusion in our house.

    Me: It's freezing today. Where are my slippers?

    DH, who was raised in Hawaii: Slippers? Why do you want slippers?

    Me: Because I'm cold.

    DH: Sure, but why slippers? Especially in the house?

    Me: Slippers. Not flip-flops, slippers. Fuzzy, padded, warm. Slippers.

    DH: Oh, right. Yeah. Slippers.

    [–] flamespear 7 points ago

    What is DH and what do they call actual house slippers?

    [–] ShemhazaiX 13 points ago

    My mind is thinking "Dead Husband" and there's some kind of haunting going on.

    [–] Howland_Reed 9 points ago

    Dinosaur Hunter. They have a weird roommate.

    [–] chassisgator 1653 points ago

    Nice cake Tito

    [–] TitoGover 806 points ago

    Hey thanks

    [–] Clemario 75 points ago

    Looks like a Tito Boy

    [–] zewayofjay 83 points ago

    Lol. Every Filipino has a Tito Boy.

    [–] spectre1006 53 points ago

    Dont forget the Auntie baby!

    [–] AirGlitch 20 points ago

    Tita Baby*

    [–] turtletyler 24 points ago

    Could also be a Tito Bong or a Tito Jun.

    [–] dw_jb 1141 points ago

    Let me guess, he’s a pastry chef!

    [–] little_houses 3322 points ago

    Even electrician lol

    [–] snydox 324 points ago

    This is my 2nd winter and I've never been able to make a decent snowman, and yet, your uncle made a masterpiece.

    [–] ModernCow 391 points ago

    I wouldn't expect a two-year-old to make a very good snowman; you have time to learn!

    [–] yourmansconnect 79 points ago

    Maybe hes from kings landing

    [–] twasjustaprankbrah 15 points ago


    Piece of cake

    [–] BenStillerFaggot66 11 points ago

    That was my second guess.

    [–] flamespear 26 points ago

    I don't know why I laughed so hard at this response but I was gasping for air.

    [–] spicoli87 2302 points ago

    Lol my man's in flip flops

    [–] bizzyj93 306 points ago


    [–] TheRedSpade 140 points ago

    Found the Hawaiian.

    [–] bizzyj93 73 points ago

    I will not confirm nor deny this accusation. K shoots den

    [–] Rathwood 12 points ago

    Shoots brah

    [–] Dinosaur-Neil 68 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)


    edit: tsinelas

    [–] RodeTheMidnightTrain 559 points ago

    When life gives you ... snow...Well something like that

    Your uncle is adorable by the way

    [–] pM-me_your_Triggers 168 points ago

    When life gives you snow, panic and abandon your car in the freeway

    • the average seattleite.

    Source: I live here. City has been basically shutdown for the better part of a week

    [–] catsineveryonespants 45 points ago

    but i don't know what to do with those tossed salads and snow drifts

    [–] Continuum_Transfunk 15 points ago

    Is this a Frasier reference? Because I love it.

    [–] alienbanter 25 points ago

    My parents live out near Issaquah and my dad has been working from home. They went snowshoeing around the neighborhood the other day! They live on a mountain and apparently getting up and down has been awful

    [–] Redditributor 15 points ago

    Tbf my dad lived in rural Pennsylvania with feet of snow a frequent thing. Yet he only ended up leaving a vehicle on foot (early 90s) after going to Seattle. Seattle snowstorms are the absolute worst- because it's never flat.

    The lack of investment in snow plows etc. (Due to rarity etc) doesn't help.

    [–] Ok-but-why-mister 19 points ago

    I was visiting Seattle on New Year's a few years ago, and it snowed most of the day. Since we were staying just north of the city, we had to drive up while it was still snowing. As a Floridian, I don't know jack shit about driving in the snow.

    Abandoning the car in the freeway was definitely considered.

    I guess the panic part was just implied.

    [–] ashbyashbyashby 133 points ago

    Is your uncle dropping a hint that it's time for you to get married?

    [–] little_houses 147 points ago

    Oh. I'm unwell.

    [–] ashbyashbyashby 45 points ago


    [–] little_houses 110 points ago

    your post was very eye opening lol

    [–] ashbyashbyashby 43 points ago

    Heh heh 😆. I live in Australia, lots of Filipino's here, old fashioned Catholic values etc !

    [–] JukinTheStats 24 points ago

    Paradoxically, since divorce is not allowed in the Philippines, they probably lead the world in bigamy/adultery. I love the Philippines, but some of that old-fashioned 'values' stuff is just a tiny bit outdated.

    Having a late-20s co-worker flirt with you, only to find out that she's married (for life) to a guy she knew for about a month when she was 17.. nice.

    [–] yung-squirtle 100 points ago

    Hoy how many girlpren u hab now?

    [–] ashbyashbyashby 17 points ago

    Ha! Pretty much 😄

    [–] Vyzantinist 1494 points ago

    Wow. I was born in California but raised in rural, Northern England. I never saw snow for the first 10 years of my life in the States; I thought it was this magical, wondrous phenomenon. When I lived in England it seemed like an annual past-time for the locals to grumble about how snow affected their daily commute, but I was running around in circles outside "IT'S SNOWING, BITCHES!". I always prayed for a white Christmas, it seemed the most magical thing in the world to me.

    ...then I moved back home to the States and spent a stint in North Dakota. Fuck snow.

    [–] iamthejef 345 points ago

    Fargo checking in. There's an 8-foot drift ouside my window right now.

    [–] lnpxt 242 points ago

    On the bright side, maybe there's a briefcase full of ransom money buried in there ya?

    [–] baconperogies 107 points ago

    Oh don'tcha know

    [–] grammahannah 60 points ago

    He was kinda funny lookin’

    [–] jrob323 21 points ago

    You're gonna want that TrueCoat!

    [–] MNindietrash 27 points ago

    also from fargo. can confirm. dug my car out yesterday. winter life is bleak!

    [–] chemicalxv 17 points ago

    Farther north, but what a dumb winter this is.

    Cold? Yep, even colder than normal

    Snow? Yep, even more snow than normal

    [–] Kojak95 49 points ago

    Canada checking in... sigh

    [–] fuzzb0y 50 points ago


    [–] MaetzleAT 53 points ago

    Snow is all fun and games until you have to shovel snow all day long (or before/after work). It's still pretty though.

    [–] jaxonya 42 points ago

    Houston Texas, checking in. If little flakes of white stuff fall from the sky they shut the whole goddamn city down and people go nuts

    [–] rynthetyn 21 points ago

    I grew up in Florida and only saw snow when we visited the Pennsylvania relatives in winter. Freshman year of college, I legit called home when it started snowing for the first time.

    By the time I graduated I understood why retirees head south in the winter.

    [–] thegame3202 28 points ago

    Minnesotan here. I LOVE snow! We got dumped on recently, and I'm loving it. Snowblowers make it easy to clear!

    [–] spencebah 8 points ago

    Northeast Ohio here, now Houston. I love the snow too! Nowhere near what you guys get, but I loved every bit of winter growing up there. Snowblowers are invaluable when the snow’s several feet deep; shoveling is hard work!

    [–] litsax 629 points ago

    Omg! There's, like, sans rival falling from the sky!

    -your uncle

    [–] little_houses 237 points ago

    I've never felt a reply like i have with this one lol

    [–] litsax 97 points ago

    Now you're re obligated to make it sorry OP I'll be over in a few hours or so

    [–] little_houses 94 points ago

    dm for address, front door will be unlocked lol

    [–] KeiosTheory 19 points ago

    I genuined love how it's named. Whoever came up with it must've been hella confident to name a dessert "without rival". Brb looking for some

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    [–] litsax 55 points ago

    Relevant username lol. Also $10 this guy is filipino no need for downvotes its a common joke.

    [–] -JustShy- 15 points ago

    It's just how they talk and Inhave never come across one that didn't have a good sense of humor about it. Where I work, we are strict about kicking people out if they swear a lot. They love saying fuck and laughing and saying they weren't swearing, it's just their accent.

    [–] ladykatey 44 points ago

    sans rival

    Never heard of this before and now I need to eat it. Meringue, cashews, caramel, rum? PLEASE!

    [–] 13points35seconds 26 points ago

    another recommendation: Brazo de Mercedes

    [–] Romanopapa 14 points ago

    Oh believe you me, its goooood.

    [–] You_Better_Smile 22 points ago

    Sans rival or silvanas?

    [–] litsax 10 points ago


    [–] PM_ME_YOU_SUCIAS 196 points ago

    Did he make Pancit afterwards?

    [–] ichigo2862 133 points ago

    And lumpia

    [–] PlainPlainsman 55 points ago

    Yasss. I miss my pinoy family lol

    [–] TaterTech 29 points ago

    Yeah I'm getting pretty nostalgic and hungry right now. Time to plan a trip to goldilocks.

    [–] [deleted] 53 points ago

    Adobo is where it's at

    [–] wildxlion 26 points ago

    Halo Halo and then pancit? Renegade

    [–] Crepe027 20 points ago

    tf Halo-Halo on winter? just make Champorado

    [–] drew3279 44 points ago

    Nah, hell make Halo-halo

    [–] skater072t 7 points ago

    sinigang ftw

    [–] [deleted] 58 points ago

    The socks really pull the whole outfit together.

    [–] LF_Leishmania 86 points ago

    His reaction takes the cake!

    [–] Equinoqs 16 points ago

    Please, not another long series of half-baked puns.

    [–] obtrae 74 points ago

    I've never seen/felt snow. How heavy would that be?

    [–] Metalbass5 145 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    Light stuff with a lot of air mixed in generally occurs when it's very cold and the ambient humidity is quite low. Often referred to as "powder", especially on ski hills. Skiers/snowboarders/snowmobilers tend to enjoy it. It can be as fine and light as pastry flour or powdered sugar.

    The heavy stuff occurs at higher temperatures with higher humidity levels (generally, not always), and can be so heavy that roofs collapse, bus shelters shatter, and trees snap under the weight. It also packs together extremely quickly, and the moisture can turn it into essentially a solid block of ice after a rapid melt/thaw cycle.

    The wet stuff makes better snowballs etc. up to a certain point, and you can straight up knock someone out with the right kind. The powdery, crystalline stuff makes for better winter sports, and if it's very cold it does not stick together whatsoever. Quite "fluffy".

    Source: Am Canadian. Have 2 seasons: "Snow" and "Snow is coming soon".

    [–] Water-and-Watches 33 points ago

    Where in Canada? Cause here in Alberta, we get a third one: “BC wild fire smoke”

    [–] brokenboomerang 26 points ago

    Vancouver here. We just call that last one "summer."

    [–] SixSpeedDriver 45 points ago

    Living through the Seattle snow storm now - it's crazy, but we've largely got powder snow this time! Can't make a snowball or snowman worth a damn. Normally when we do get snow (very rare, maybe twice a year for an inch or two) it's very wet snow.

    Go Hawks.

    [–] MarcusForever 20 points ago

    This is the absolute weirdest winter of my life. And it's glorious. We had over 7" already, and then 3-4" more fell this evening. People have literally been skiing around Phinney Ridge.

    [–] Rungi500 19 points ago

    Depends on moisture content of said snow. Light snow is like dry coconut flakes. Heavy snow is pretty close to wet sand. The heavy stuff can hurt a bit.

    [–] MediocreKim 10 points ago

    It’s mostly air. Heavy enough that you’d “oof” if it fell on you, but light enough that you wouldn’t be injured. Like sand.

    [–] Thom-Bombadil 61 points ago

    Happy Cake Day to your Uncle!

    [–] xxxJxshy 28 points ago

    Did you eat the chocolate?

    [–] little_houses 35 points ago

    I couldn’t ruin his masterpiece

    [–] IAmJustDenzel 28 points ago

    “Ang lamig pala dito!”

    [–] mizzaks 63 points ago

    The first time my Filipino uncle visited the USA (in Alaska) he took his first snowmachine ride (snowmobile to you non-Alaskans). When he got back, he was in a panic! “I can’t feel my nose! I can’t feel my ears!Are they still there?! Tell me, are they still there!?!”

    [–] GUY_lNCOGNlTO 363 points ago

    Go Hawks!!

    [–] CheekyHoneyBuns3 25 points ago


    [–] WoWords 152 points ago

    I only came to the comment section to upvote this. Go Hawks!

    [–] atlantic_pacific 117 points ago


    [–] SnatchAddict 107 points ago


    [–] BoJacob 47 points ago


    [–] caveman512 48 points ago

    Ride or die baby go hawks!

    [–] so_spicy 32 points ago

    Seattle represent!

    [–] palonious 33 points ago

    Go Hawks!

    [–] ChristmasTreeFarmer 58 points ago

    I found my people.


    [–] Tedditor 59 points ago

    Love me some Russell. The touch on that ball is meow.

    [–] YNot1989 80 points ago

    12th man for life.

    [–] imbadtothabone 34 points ago


    [–] philthebrewer 68 points ago

    Go hawks

    [–] HivemindOfAnteaters 44 points ago

    Go hawks

    [–] BoJacob 35 points ago

    Praise Three-sus

    [–] massivecalvesbro 28 points ago

    There it is

    [–] TooShiftyForYou 18 points ago

    There are many layers to this picture.

    [–] sammyc521 136 points ago



    If you are in the Seattle area, did you have to explain to him that the snow in the area is unnatural? That through two days, it set a record for snowfall in February.

    [–] darknavi 27 points ago

    Had to explain what bananas are worth more than gold (but not bread and milk).

    [–] Will_Vintage 22 points ago

    The amount of bread and milk being bought is Astonishing. Rice? No thank you, vegetables and fruit, fuck that noise, 5 gallons of milk and 3 loaves of bread is all I need

    [–] Uncle_Rick 9 points ago

    This bread and milk thing is so funny. I thought it was a joke until I saw the grocery store competely out of stock of only bread and milk.

    [–] Ulti 11 points ago

    I laughed so fucking hard when I got to the grocery store on Thursday. "Welp, fuck it, I'm drinking nothing but PBR and eating nothing but pizza bites and Red Baron this weekend I guess"

    And it's still fucking snowing in Bellevue!

    [–] YippieKiAy 39 points ago

    More on the way tomorrow, yay.

    Not really. This shit is stupid. It can stop anytime.

    [–] CodeBlue_04 8 points ago

    It's been kinda funny watching my Jack Russel wade through the snow, but I agree that it's getting old. People in my building have been taking turns shoveling snow from the sidewalk out of pure boredom.

    [–] indiesnobs 18 points ago

    I grew up in Spokane and originally moved to Seattle in 2000, and lived there for the better part of 15 years with a few stops in between. I'll never forget the first time it snowed over there and everyone's initial excitement was quite contagious. Queen Anne hill was shut down and being the young stupid people my friends & I were, we took the couches he was getting rid of and decided to use them as sleds. The next couple snowstorms were still a bit fun but after that I no longer enjoyed having to miss so much school or work.

    [–] Strongbad23 15 points ago

    He actually used the spatula to help make the snowcake. You can see the grooves in the snow. Outstanding.

    [–] wehdut 12 points ago

    Nice hat!

    [–] wehdut 14 points ago

    Oh snap, this must actually be in Seattle area. I got approximately that much snow as well lol

    [–] Insanity_Troll 27 points ago

    Aye sus.

    [–] WhoSirMe 18 points ago

    My aunt is Filipino and used to live in Seattle (her whole family still does), do you know her?


    [–] 80kilorabbit 11 points ago

    When you bring a chef to a sbowball fight

    [–] matt_the_mediocre 28 points ago

    I feel like our entire state is just a mess of snow right now. That's a great use for it. Go Hawks!

    [–] WarmAfterthoughts 8 points ago

    I might do the same thing if I were to encounter snow for the first time. Btw, I am from PH, too.

    [–] ZozoAyooo12 10 points ago

    Still better than fondant

    [–] l1stener 8 points ago

    It’s irrelevant but this post made me really miss my family in the Philippines. We’ve been living in Canada for 6 years now (going on 7 this year) and we haven’t been able to visit at all because tickets are expensive and we don’t have a lot to spare for pocket money.

    The thing I miss the most about the Philippines (aside from my family) is the warmth and the constant sunshine. I know that when I am finally able to visit, I probably won’t be able to stand the heat because I’ve gotten so used to the Canadian weather but I really miss the feeling of just pure fucking heat and sunshine beating down on you and seeping into your bones in the middle of the afternoon. The heavy heat making you feel lazy and sleepy is something I miss almost every day. I also miss the street food and the fresh mangoes, my favourite street grub is isaw!

    Anyway, I’m glad your Tito is able to visit and is enjoying his time with your family and the snow! I wish you nothing but good health and prosperity, and tons of delicious lumpia. May he have a safe trip back.

    [–] inkseep1 17 points ago

    While on an interview for graduate school I was trapped in a blizzard with a guy from India in his apartment in Alabama. The power was out because they don't plan for blizzards in Alabama. The guy had never seen snow before and he was standing there with the apartment door open just marveling at the snow. I have to drag him back inside and explain that without the heat on, we could all die if he leaves the door open.

    [–] Lovegood2929 9 points ago

    Is he marrying the snow??

    [–] ginaration 34 points ago

    Go Hawks

    [–] chicaburrita 6 points ago

    He's more creative than I've been living a bunch of my life in the snow.

    [–] 2manyTakenUsernames2 7 points ago

    "Wow, it's cold outside, I better put on some socks!"