Funny Pictures of Snowmen
Will and Guy have, literally, crowds of funny snowmen.
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Check out what's at his feet, could that be sunscreen? And is that cocktail by the snowman's right foot?
Could it be these snowmen are phoning each other? Is this a case of snowman phone-a-friend? Or are they each calling their base?
When you next see a snowman if you stop and think, or better day-dream, then you come up with all sorts of crazy ideas. Guy believes this is a snowman who cleans chimneys.
This is a giant 17 ft snowman built by some lads in Aberdeen, Scotland during the "great freeze" in 1963. Will well remembers this winter; he was at school on the east coast of Suffolk, England, it was bitterly cold. He also remembers being unable to play football [soccer] nor rugby from December 1962 until after Easter 1963 because the fields were frozen solid.
However, 1963 was not the coldest winter in the UK. The winter of 1946-47 was one of the worst on record, and certainly one of the snowiest of the last 150 years. The really wintry weather, however, didn't set in until late January 1947, but once it came it was here to stay. Milder weather didn't return to the British Isles until the middle of March.
The end of January 1947 saw some very cold nights recorded in parts of southern England. On the night of the 28th-29th Writtle in Essex dropped to -20.6C and on the night of the 29th/30th Elmstone in Kent dipped down to -21.3C. Nationally these are some of the coldest nights ever measured in late January.
Early 1900s Snowman with Pipe
Will and Guy wonder for how long have people been building snowmen? Then we go on to muse how styles have changed down the years. The above example is smoking a pipe, a fashion accessory that you don't often see in the 21st century.
Giant Canadian Snowman
Tourists pose near a snowman sculpture during the 26th Harbin International Ice and Snow Festival at a park in Harbin, Heilongjiang province, China early in 2010.
Le Bonhomme Carnaval in Quebec Canada
This is a must-see event if you are in Canada in February. This winter festival features parades both in the night and during the brief day. Le Bonhomme Carnaval is in Quebec City where you can see delightful ice sculpture each year.
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