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I guess this passes for humor in the upper Midwest
Old things. The New Yawkah is typically far behind the curve.
Oops. That's Nooyawkah to you rubes down South.
Let it go. Let it go.
I remember frozen pants as just something that sometimes just happened from hanging the laundry outside to dry. We'd stand them up and laugh. It was pretty spontaneous back in the old days. Nothing to Instagram.
Off topic.The Flint, Michigan reporting surely should make even MSM reporters gag.This is about as likely ast that Governor Snyder is to blame for the fallout from flocks of turkeys flying over Flint, Michigan. It simply is not credible on any level.Has anyone found an article with a reasonable explanation of what has been/is going on?
That's cool, man.
In Northeast. Of course.
I fell through the ice on my lake up north. Fortunately I was only in 3' of water. The air temperature was around zero. Frozen pants. Not easy to walk in for the couple hundred yards home.
Sadly the frozen (men's) shorts trend didn't have a leg to stand on.
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Shouldn't they be pale green?
I had frozen pants Monday for the exact reason that Althouse mentions: They were put out on the line. Eventually the ice will sublimate.If you watch the movie Meet me in St. Louis, you'll see frozen clothes on a clothesline.
>> If you watch the movie Meet me in St. Louis, you'll see frozen clothes on a clothesline. That ,pvie is from 1944, and is set 40 years earlier, in 1904. At one time St Louis looked like it was going to become one of the biggest cities in the United States. There was a World's fair there in 1904. There is a song "Meet me in St, Louis, Louie, Meet me at the Fair"I think ice cream, or maybe the ice cream cone, was invented there, and then.
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