I lived in a place of permanent summer and was allways jealous of people that missed school because of snow.
@The Flame War, same *Australian High five *
@Bad boy Eric, *Portuguese High five*
@The Flame War, when i first moved from NY to SC they called off school because of snow and i was confused as hell because you could still see grass
@The Flame War, In Canada even if its -40 we still have to go to school, no matter the weather.
@The Flame War, I live in California and I too had the problem of never skipping school but that’s when the fire nation attacked. Some peoples homes were burning down and I was at home safely away from the fires path playing videogames enjoying the day off.
@The Flame War, I'm in Utah, we get tons of snow. I never once had a school day because we're prepared for it. There was one year though where a students and teachers had to spent the night at the school because buses and cars couldn't get to the school to pick them up
@The Flame War, same *cries in Hawaii*
@The Flame War, it’s ridiculous how often the schools here take off for snow. So far it’s been 2 full weeks
@troubled panda, Yeah we had about a week here in MN including the days it was too cold. Like -65 once and -50 another. I'm not complaining though! Gives me time to catch up on homework
I loved waiting for that to happen specially the spring of 03 where is snowed like 5-6 actual feet of snow
@DrSin, the blizzard of ‘96 was awesome ; no school for 2 weeks
@A Deformed Penis, blizzard of 03 in Colorado we had 2 week closure went back for 2 days spring break
@DrSin, Man I wasn’t even born in 96 and only 3 in 03
I hope I didn’t make you feel old
@DrSin, I believe I made pancakes and pb&j sandwiches the entire time I was snowed-in.
@Fumble surf, you should shut up now
@Fumble surf, as someone who remembers the UK in ‘76, I feel very old.
And we never got snow days. They’re a modern invention.
@A Deformed Penis, Pennsylvania in 1993 we had to crawl out the windows of my house to shovel our doorway... man those were the days.
Hah! We had to tune in a radio signal by holding an antenna out a 2nd floor window and if you came in too late, you had to wait another 15 minutes till they said it again.
I had an old radio tuned to a local rock station by my bedside. Any significant snow fall, I’d lay in bed at 6am and anxious await the district school cancellations. Then gleefully get another hour or two of sleep before spending a snowy day playing NES and watching Bob Barker on the price is right while eating lunch. Yes, now I feel old.
*lives in southern california* sigh some kids were lucky
I used to get the luxury of turning up to the school and the teachers personally reminding me im not allowed within 100 feet of a school
Snow days? What are those? *sobs in albertan*
They don’t even get snow days anymore. If the school closes B/c of snow they have snow day lesson plans they have to do.
My house gets a robocall from the school announcing the closure.
Tv? I had to listen to the radio.
Bet I still do screw the internet