Posted by sean on February 2, 2009 at 6:33 pm in Weather with 1 Comment

It’s very cold and very snowy today.

Unsurprisingly, the snow-covered country has ground to a halt.  This always amuses me, especially when you see countries like Russia and Canada, which are covered in many feet of snow for large parts of the year. Why does the UK always stop working, and behave like a war is on, when there is just a few inches of the white stuff?

Bath City’s game tomorrow is off too. What’s wrong with getting the good old orange ball out? I’ve always wanted to see a game played in snow, but nowadays, with so much emphasis put into players’ well-being, I think I’ll have to go to Iceland if I want to see snow football.

One Response to Snow joke

  1. Michael

    February 2, 2009 - 6:38 pm

    I loved the Guardian's Britain Paralysed by Snow photos. Looked like there was a couple of inches of the stuff, no more.
    In other parts of Europe that'd get sorted out by an old woman with a shovel.

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