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Every Day I’m Shoveling

Apologies to LMFAO, but it’s been snowing a lot here lately, and it seems like I’ve been nonstop shoveling for a few weeks. Seems like every day I’m shoveling!

Oh, okay, I’m getting that look, so…. Have a nice winter!

Edward Hotspur

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79 comments on “Every Day I’m Shoveling

  1. Becki Duckworth
    January 21, 2014

    Holy snowstorm Batman !! Another reason I moved from Chicago, we were our parents snow slaves in the winter.

    • Edward Hotspur
      January 21, 2014

      I know! And how do I know it’s going to snow? I finally get around to shoveling the driveway. That’s how. It will snow the next day. It will snow later that same day!

      • Becki Duckworth
        January 21, 2014

        I am laughing, but also feel sorry for you at the same time. I talked to my brother-in-law in Chicago and he said a couple weeks ago he shoveled the driveway 3 times in the same day.

        • Edward Hotspur
          January 21, 2014

          I haven’t done that, just on principle, but I could have.

  2. Nadia
    January 21, 2014

    I just got bit more comfortable in the seventh circle of hell that is our summer.

    • Edward Hotspur
      January 21, 2014

      If only we could exchange Australian and American airs on the open market. We could stockpile them for times such as this.

      Look on the bright side – at least you don’t have people pointing at snow and saying ‘see, global warming is a hoax!’

      • Nadia
        January 21, 2014

        Here, people point at the pool of sweat at their feet and yell, ‘See! Global warming IS real!’

        • Edward Hotspur
          January 21, 2014

          Oh, lovely. So there are idiots all over the place.

          Still, I’d mail you some snowballs if you’d send me some hot sand.

  3. Trent Lewin
    January 21, 2014

    Now that is funny (poor shovelling technique abounds), touching (skating nymph who’s donated her clothes to a good cause), nerdy (Chewbacca is wearing some extra padding), slightly intimidating (Walken about to go all True Romance on someone), and made of pure downhome goodness (Canada is displayed prominently).

    We’re -40 degrees Celsius with the wind right now. It’s awesome.

    • Edward Hotspur
      January 21, 2014

      There’s no wind in Canada, not in the snow trenches.

      • Trent Lewin
        January 21, 2014

        My frozen testicles say otherwise.

        • Edward Hotspur
          January 21, 2014

          Your testicles can talk?

          Also, have you ever noticed that ‘testicles’ already sounds frozen?

          • Trent Lewin
            January 21, 2014

            Of course, I’m Canadian. We get a fair bit of ovary chatter up here too, but we like to keep the two separate. They don’t get along. I don’t know how we breed the way we do. It’s usually pretty awkward.

            I’d never thought about testicles as a word sounding frozen before… Sigh. But I am now.

          • Edward Hotspur
            January 21, 2014

            A woman started at a factory one Monday. She was a little dizzy, but the manager decided to give her a chance. He explained the process, and then put her to work making Tickle Me Elmo dolls on the line.

            After a few complaints, the manager walked out to see her stapling cotton balls on the Tickle Me Elmo dolls’ crotches. He asked her what the hell she was doing. She told him. After he thought about it, he realized what she had said.

            “No, no, lady! I said ‘give each of the dolls two test tickles!”

          • Trent Lewin
            January 21, 2014

            You just made me feel warm and fuzzy. My privates are thawing as we speak…

            Good one. When still stuck at work on a freezing night, such humour is awful precious. I’m going to have to tell this one to my wife. True to form, she may kick me.

          • Edward Hotspur
            January 21, 2014

            Better get a cup

          • Trent Lewin
            January 21, 2014

            I wear it everywhere. Stray hockey pucks and crotch-level kid punches and the like.

          • Edward Hotspur
            January 21, 2014

            Right. It’s hard out there for a Canuck.

          • Trent Lewin
            January 21, 2014

            Where do you hail from, Mr. Hotspur?

          • Edward Hotspur
            January 21, 2014

            Ohio. And it’s more like ‘snow’ from, right now.

          • Trent Lewin
            January 21, 2014

            Don’t send it this way.

          • Edward Hotspur
            January 21, 2014

            We no want.

  4. behindthemaskofabuse
    January 21, 2014

    We got a lot of that going on here too in our part of Canada.

  5. pouringmyartout
    January 21, 2014

    It has been 80 degrees every day for a week… we have had like one day of measurable rain this whole winter… and I didn’t have to shovel that, it just sort of spreads out on its own…

  6. El Guapo
    January 21, 2014

    Wait – it’s snowing by you???

  7. benzeknees
    January 23, 2014

    So now you know why we moved into a condo apartment a few years ago! Way too much shovelling up here in Canada!

    • Edward Hotspur
      January 23, 2014

      What about your cars? Gotta shovel them out.

      • benzeknees
        January 24, 2014

        Underground parking! Ha! Finally got one over on you! We sold our 2nd vehicle because I don’t work anymore.

        • Edward Hotspur
          January 24, 2014

          I shovel

          • benzeknees
            January 24, 2014

            No shoveling for us – we probably get twice as much snow as you do! Mind you, when we lived in a house we had a snowblower!

          • Edward Hotspur
            January 24, 2014

            We are gonna get a blizzard today

  8. ranu802
    February 11, 2014

    I’ve heard about slaves, but snow slaves is a new kind of slave. We’ve got a lot of snow and it is staying put. It is cold so there’s no chance of melting.

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