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'We're not here to mourn, but to celebrate, because frankly, no-one is sorry to see him go...'
'Whew! Done! ... oh for crying out loud! You gotta be kidding me!'
'What'd you make dad' - 'It's a snowman, with his ugly, ungrateful son,'
Cavemen shoveling out their woolly mammoths, in the same way that modern day drivers are forced to shovel out their cars.
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Winter, 2010, Snow breaks snow globe.
"In solidarity with everyone who is snowed in across the country, I'postponing my New Year's resolution to exercise."
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'I never thought I'd say this, but I'm even getting sick and tired of winter.'
Superman Vs. Winter
'Sales has challenged us to a snowball fight.'
'You win. Go out and play.'
Back in 5 minutes.
'The forecast was for fair! Stop!'
'Quit complaining. Isn't it nice to have the beach to ourselves?'
Town follows the snow plough.
'Call the office, I'm starting my vacation today.'
'I'd help you but I'm ergonomically challenged.'
'I don't care what you say.. it's too cold to stand out there.'
'I'm gonna go with C: girls make my brain hurt.'
'Why is there still snow outside?!'
'I say we rendition the snow to Guantanamo!'
'The four scariest words in the English language.'
'I'm done with it, Kate...We're close enough to spring that I'll just wait for it to melt...'
'Snow in the spring is an act of terrorism!'
'She's trying to reason with the snow.'