Snowstorms make people nuts:
1 They feel the need to run to the store immediately to stock up on food. Eat from your pantry. When is the last time you were completely snowed in?
2 They run to the gas station so they have enough gas. If you aren’t going out, you won’t need any.
3 They watch the endless weather coverage to get up to the minute snow info and see how people are preparing in the general area. Step away from the TV. Why are you watching this? It’s not like we live in Buffalo.
4 They dig out the snow clothes and boots and lay them out on the floor in preparation for bundling up. If the clothes are too small, they need to run out quickly and buy bigger sizes. Chances are, you won’t need them and they will be too small next year anyway.
5 They search for ice scrapers to get the one fallen snowflake off of the car. Most of those scrapers will sit on the floor of your backseat or in the trunk taking up space for the rest of the year.
6 They psyche themselves up about a day off from work and school only to wake up disappointed. You even blink a couple times and look out the window again just in case you missed it the first time.
7 They wake up to zero snow on the ground but listen to the radio anyway for possible school closings. You never know, a pile of snow could miraculously fall from the sky in the next five minutes.
8 They make a liquor store run to guarantee some fun. This is the first good decision you made all day.
9 They see snow on their street but don’t check the main roads. They call out of work only to find out their street was the only thing with snow on it, and everyone else made it to work.
10 They end up disappointed because they wasted all of that time preparing for something that never happened.