David Cox created the world's smallest snowman at the National Physical
Laboratory in West London. Even at his fattest this tiny snowman is
less than the width of a human hair. David created the structure from
two tin beads, which he usually employs to calibrate his electron microscope
lenses. He used platinum to weld the tiny blobs to form the snowman.
He then focused an ion beam to carve the eyes and smile. Lastly he
used another blob of platinum for the nose.
Frosty the snowman was a jolly happy soul,
With a corncob pipe and a button nose
and two eyes made out of coal.
Another Tranche of Snowmen Jokes
Which cereal do healthy snowmen have for breakfast? Frosties!
What do hungry snowmen put on their ice-burgers? Chilly sauce!
What sort of cakes do snowmen like? The ones with thick icing!
What did the snowman's hat say to the scarf? You hang around
while I go on ahead.
In Raymond Briggs' animation, a little boy called James wakes up to find a
blanket covering of snow. It's magical to James and he rushes out of
his house and into the garden. It's not long before he builds a
snowman. That night James cannot sleeps so he decides to get up
check on his snowman. As he opens the back door he is amazed because
the snowman has come to life!
James and the snowman begin a friendship which results in a magical
adventure to enthrall adults and children.
Never miss a chance to see the Snowman on T.V., and consider booking a
performance on stage, such as the Peacock theatre in London.
Here to the right are Frosty the Snowman and James 'Walking in the Air',
with Aled Jones doing the singing.
A Few More Funny Snowmen Jokes
What do you call a snowman on rollerblades? A snowmobile.
What do snowmen eat for breakfast? Snowflakes.
What do you get when you cross a vampire and a snowman? Frostbite.
Why did the snow-drop ? Because it heard the cro-cus.