I’m ready for winter to be over.
*looks at weather for tomorrow*
“Icy conditions late tomorrow morning into tomorrow afternoon”
"It's time to throw down, winter! What you got, huh? WHAT YOU GOT!?
*snow* *freezing rain* *sub-zero temperatures* *frostpocalypse* *zombie snowmen rampage*
I just need to ask … what is it with this "uncle" thing? Out of context I'd say it has something to do with admitting defeat.
I also saw that on south park when cartman beat up that midget who was all like "words are like bullets"
So reading this here again and seemingly in the same context I just need to know.
Is that a US thing? Where does that come from? What does it want?
TELL MEEEEEEEEE !!
I don’t know if it’s a US thing but yes, it’s an expression used to mean that you surrender.
But is it on in a manner similar to that of Donkey Kong?
I find it somewhat disturbing how many things are inanimate but are still assholes.
And their indifference toward my suffering is at the same time enraging and existentially depressing.
(also, I think I understand why many people resort to supernatural beliefs for comfort.)
The melting of the polar icecaps is just the scaling up of this conflict to a global level.
Play? All of us? On fort of hat?
This SO should’ve been a story arc!