mfw I have a snowday

Noctosphere

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lol, here in quebec, we need a MOTHERFUCKING HUGE SNOW STORM to get vacation for the day
An I'm not talking about like 10-20cm of snow

I'm talking about 50cm with no visibility on the road
And yet, the high school i went to during my young day was not even closing for such storm
why? because the school was beiginnin around 7:30AM
They dais the school bus were already taking the childs/teens
Like if a U-Turn was impossible to do lol
 
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Noctosphere

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I wish I could see a snow day where I live, I don't like the cold much but it sounds kind of interesting to be around snow for some one who has never had one.
my cousin in law is from australia
he went really crazy when he saw snow for real for the first time
 

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