People Saying ‘Calm Down’ On Twitter When It Starts Snowing Should Be Outlawed
Can we LIVE?
If you live in Leinster or the midlands you might have noticed your commute to work was especially chilly today.
Thanks to a full-on winter cold front, there was snow and sleet in various parts of the country this morning, lasting around 30 minutes in total. This is Ireland though, so there was still enough rain to prevent the snow from sticking. BOO.
Some people got excited at the thought of a White November.
— Maria Ruth (@MariaRuth_M) November 17, 2016
First of the snow in South Dublin here
— Lucy Ní Chonchubhair (@LucyConnor29) November 17, 2016
Others were miffed that they had to deal with the bitter cold of snow, but without a full-on white landscape as a reward.
— Daren Knight, MBA (@Daren_Knight) November 17, 2016
Don’t think you’re needed in Dublin to shovel the snow quite yet Mr Plow. It definitely helps with the festive spirit though pic.twitter.com/Nq5AUeC7IM
— Gemma (@Beautynookie) November 17, 2016
Piss off snow.
— Dublin Jock⭐️ (@DublinJock) November 17, 2016
And some folks – the true spoilsports – were annoyed at the very mention of “snow” on their social media feeds.
A few flakes of snow in Dublin and people loose their shit…..#snow calm down people it’s weather!!!!
— Suze (@SuzeManic) November 17, 2016
It’s not snow, Dublin. ITS NOT SNOW. Just carry on, don’t lose the head
— Philip Boucher-Hayes (@boucherhayes) November 17, 2016
#Snow has arrived in Dublin!! Country about to enter full lockdown mode any minute now, with Halfords sold out of snow chains by lunchtime
— Jason (@JasonORiain) November 17, 2016
It wasn’t all bad news though – the snow did stick in certain higher parts of the county. Hurrah!
Dusting of snow on the Dublin Mountains pic.twitter.com/e93EZNQo4Z
— Philip Bromwell (@philipbromwell) November 17, 2016
Did you spot snow this morning? Tweet us your pictures @stellarmagazine!
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