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All the way up to your ankles? GASP! Maybe if you walked to school on your hands that would be impressive, but otherwise, you should omit that detail.

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when they're asleep put ice in his underwear. then run out and in the morning say "i forgive you for making me walk in that weather, it takes a man to take the cold."

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Saturday morning I got up at 6:30 to dig my two wheel drive car out of a foot and a half of snow, proceeded to drive said two wheel drive car to work and STILL made it on time. Max speed I could go without careening out of control into a ditch was 156-20 mph. No, it's not the same as your story, but god do I hate snow now... I think this is what manhood is like.

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Would everyone stop saying how miserable there life's are cuz there not. Remember there are kids that don't have food In africa and in Russia when it is winter it gets to -45 degrees. So would everyone cut the crap.

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I can't believe this FML. Honestly, I live in Canada, and I'm in seventh grade. My school still runs when the temperature is -40C, and when there is waist deep snow. I don't complain. Man up.

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Grande Prairie is ridiculous for snow, my grandparents used to live there and it would literally get up to my waist. I used to make two-level snow forts with the piles on either side of their driveway.

All the way up to your ankles? GASP! Maybe if you walked to school on your hands that would be impressive, but otherwise, you should omit that detail.

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Not much of an exaggeration, a couple of years ago we had a 4 inch snowfall the week before Halloween. -5C is +23F, it's NOT that cold. I agree, OP needs to quit whining.

It sucks that your parents didn't tell you, but seriously, try foot deep snow and -10 (worse in other places I'm sure). Suppose it depends how long you had to walk though. But was it not on the radio or internet or something that you could find out as well, rather than having to depend on your parents telling you?

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I'm not sure how telling me it's -30^C in Calgary will make me troll... I did say it'll be worse in other places. Seeing as other places have different climates to the UK and therefore expect worse winters than we do. All I can do is say that -15ish in York and that didn't seem to really stop much apart from the plumbing in various buildings.

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Winter in Edmonton, more like. They don't have the Chinooks to melt all the snow away! As far as Alberta goes, Calgarians are pretty lucky. In my experience bouncing all over the province, I would say Grande Prairie is the worst.

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