- People run out and buy bread and milk. I get the bread, but what people don't realize is that with big storms like these, the power going off is a big possibility. So all that milk they buy can potentially go to waste. What they should be stocking up on is water... which I barely see people do.
- People run to Home Depot to buy shovels and salt and then throw a big hissy fit when they are sold out. WE LIVE IN THE NORTHEAST.... you should be prepared BEFORE JANUARY with shovels and salt. So, get your shit together. Yell at yourself for waiting till last minute and not at the poor Home Depot representative.
- The weather people get CRAY CRAY. This is like the best day ever on the job for them. The pure excitement you see out of meteorologist is pretty amazing. This is what they live for.
- Everyone will post pictures of the snow all day long. Not going to lie, but I have done this as well... but for me is to show all of my blog friends who don't experience it to see. LOL
- The news channel blow the storm out of proportions 95% of the time. So far, I have heard that our area will get somewhere in between 18 to 36 inches of snow. Everyone says something different.
- Jobs close down and every adult feels like a little kid jumping around saying we have a snow day. Then the reality hits when they have to grow up again and go outside and shovel a gazillion inches of snow.
- People get bored and cabin fever... so they either eat all the emergency food they bought within one day or make love which results in 10 months from now a boom in babies being born.
- Someone will fall on snow/ice every 3 seconds around the northeast.
- Kids make the snow days so much better because they are so happy and anxious to play that as an adult, you ditch the shovel and play in the snow for a little bit as well and relive your elementary school days
In all honesty, it's suppose to be pretty craptastic here. So for all my Northeast bloggers, I pray you and your families are safe during this storm.
Have a great couple of snow days!