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Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Whimsical Wednesday # 281

Welcome back to Whimsical Wednesday!

The day for your googled giggle that gets you over the hump that is Wednesday and sliding down into the weekend.





"It's a mystery son!
Every winter, they build these statues: They must have important cultural significance..."

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    1. Elephant's Child; I thought you would.

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    1. peppylady (Dora); I can't relate, I've never seen snow.

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  3. It certainly would be a mystery if I built one here! :)

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    1. Lee; a mystery here too, the last time I saw anything resembling snow was when I scraped frost out of the freezer way back in '84 and let the kids make snowballs from it.

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  4. Cute! I'm with Lee. No snow here, either, but on the verrrrrry rare occasion it does fall here, I simply have to scoot outside to make a snowman. (The last one I made was about three inches tall... that's all the snow I could gather together.)

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    1. Susan; and did you take a photo of it? I have a photo somewhere of my grandkids standing by a tiny, tiny snowman up on a mountain in Tasmania.

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  5. I had to smile on that one.

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    1. Jimmy; then my work is done. Smiling is the whole point of Whimsical Wednesday.

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  6. I wonder what are the origins of building a snowman. It seems to be in our genes now.....snow = build a snowman.

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    1. Andrew; there's a research program for you: the origins and meanings of snowman building.

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  7. .. great giggle .. I'm not part of the Snow Culture .. but snow men are great ...Barb xxxxx

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    1. Barbara; there are also snow buildings and snow animals, snow anything really, whatever people want to build.

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  8. A cool job building a snowman in more ways than one.
    Merle........

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  9. I've never made one, since it doesn't snow in California ;)

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  10. Love it!
    It made me smile ...

    All the best Jan

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  11. When you think about it, they sort of do have cultural significance. No one makes snow-rats, right? :)

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