Dear universe,

okay, okay, you've made your point, you can make it snow whenever the hell you want.

But as I was walking home today, did you really need to drop the 5-minute-weather change on me?

Let's review what happened.

Me: *walking home from grocery shopping, lalalala*
Snowflake: *floats down slowly*
Me: ...?
Other snowflake: *floats down slowly*
Me: Umm...
Truckload of snowflakes: *descend en masse*
Me: OI!

That? That was just malicious.

Especially considering that it stopped the moment I walked in the door. :|

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I think I got caught in the same one in Lincoln. Nice and warm so I walked to Tesco for a few things. Got to the checkout and through the huge windows behind them what do I see? I think it's called a blizzard.

Can't have lasted more than five minutes since I was halfway home (on top of a nice exposed railway bridge) when it decided to abate.

Snow around early April is apparrently the norm for England now. I have no idea when it became so, I must have been in Scotland when the motion was passed.

Sign me up for off-world emigration please?

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