30 December 2009

The dandruff of Satan

From the forecasts I'd hoped our area would escape getting any snow this winter, but yesterday afternoon the vile flakes began to descend, and now there's an inch or two of the stuff all over the ground. Ah, well, the dogs and kids seem to like it. And it hasn't turned to slippery ice, at least so far.

10 Comments:

Blogger Ranch Chimp said...

Satan's dandruff, heh? And I thought at first it was just God's sperm frozen spraying down from wanking too much ....oh well ... learn something new daily! :)

It started snowing again in Dallas yesterday, but unlike Christmas Eve, not a blizzard with them strong wind's ... it was so pretty I just went out in it and walked for a couple miles to enjoy it...and the temp was moderate at around 30 degree's or so as well.

I'm outta here ........

30 December, 2009 06:33  
Blogger Leslie Parsley said...

If you get Santa's dandruff, we get his bald palate - ice. Would love to have real snow.

30 December, 2009 07:47  
Blogger Rita said...

Satan's dandruff? Gods frozen sperm? How Gross! Well, you could have the cold piss of a million or more(or how ever many fit on the head of a pin) angels raining down on you non stop for the past three days...

30 December, 2009 08:00  
Blogger Infidel753 said...

RC: Sounds like there's a typo in the old Christmas song -- "Wanking in a Winter Wonderland".....

LP: I'm certainly glad we don't have ice. I've slipped and fallen on that stuff enough times.

Rita: Sounds like our Earth is the "restroom of the gods" -- someone should base a science-fiction show on that concept.

:-)

30 December, 2009 09:00  
Blogger Sue said...

Infidel doesn't like snow?? I love it and hope we get tons more this winter!

30 December, 2009 09:32  
Blogger Infidel753 said...

I'd gladly send you ours.....shipping collect, though.....:-)

30 December, 2009 10:02  
Blogger TomCat said...

Infidel, most people see how far north Portland is and assume that we get lots, when it is a real rarity here. It's melting fast and should not freeze with the low forcast at 35.

30 December, 2009 11:20  
Blogger Leslie Parsley said...

TomCat: Very similar to Boulder, CO. People from the hinterlands think it gets a ton of snow being in the Rockies. But it is in the foothills on the eastern side of the mountains. The mountains actually protect it.

Denver - I so wish I were back there - gets more snow but not as much as indicated by the national media. They report from Denver but the big snowfalls are in the higher altitudes - Winter Park, Vail, Aspen, etc.

30 December, 2009 12:16  
Blogger Infidel753 said...

Being on the western edge of a land mass seems to moderate the weather. See Oregon, Washington, California, western Europe.....

Actually it's mostly melted already.....a pitiful, desultory snowfall.....hardly worth writing a blog post to whinge about it.....

30 December, 2009 13:23  
Blogger TomCat said...

Leslie, I lived in Denver in the early 1970s. What I don't miss is the severe pollution there.

01 January, 2010 10:00  

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