I hope it’s not snowing this much where you are! Unless, like me, you don’t have to drive. Happy weekend!

Posted on December 3, 2010 at 12:00 am in Uncategorized as part of Fall « Fall. Follow responses to this post with the comments feed. You can leave a comment or trackback from your own site.

16 Responses

  1. BentKatana says:

    Oh ho ho, looks like some people will have to spend the night, like Lewis, maybe? 😮 *ow ow*

  2. Emad says:

    It is snowing that much in Dublin (which is where I live.)

  3. wut says:

    is her hair sweating? or are those, like, mini cowlicks going on?

  4. gernobyl says:

    …and the snow falls on cleo’s dreams. A bitter reminder that no-one should ever defy the party gods.

  5. Jolie says:

    WHAT no way, a blizzard and a power outage would make the party like a hundred times better. What a great excuse for glowsticks and flashlights and sexy mayhem. Plus, like hell anyone’s going to leave like “oh i have 2 go study lol bai” when they’ve gotta dance to keep warm.

    • Alex says:

      I totally agree! I’ve always wanted to go to a party that was snowed in, ever since I was like 10 or so… So jealous of fictional characters right now! Rrrrgh.

    • Krimson says:

      I would like you to throw a party and invite me. Clearly, you understand how to throw an awesome party. (I am being completely serious about this.)

    • Patti says:

      Clearly you have an amazing recipe!…
      …for sexual molestation.

    • Kwesi K. says:

      This is TRUTH right here. I’ve been in this situation twice where a fairly good party and another dinner get together was turned into an AWESOME sleepover by a blizzard. Drinking games and a surprisingly lurid game of strip Ha-Ha was unavoidable.

  6. Lauren says:

    Omg, I can’t wait to see what happens next! :O

  7. Vance says:

    Thats a pretty fast blizzard, does it really happen like that on the east coast?

  8. David says:

    Later: everything was fine and there were no further complications!

  9. a says:

    this is almost literally what i think about while not interacting with most of the parties i’m at
    “how great would it be if there was a huge blizzard and a blackout
    and we all had to go light-crisis-management and bust out the candles and drink all the milk
    and stay over all night in a living room just kind of transformed into a giant bed, all the mattresses drug out to the floors and all the bedclothes draped down from the couches”

  10. Deborah says:

    It snowed like that here. They made us come in to work still.

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