UK may have had their first kiss of snow earlier than the rest of the world, but #WinterOfficiallyBeginsSo is now making waves in the US’s Twittersphere.
Americans are officially Jack Frost nipping at their noses, and there’s all sorts of feelings running amok on Twitter because of this. Sure, Winter might be one of the best times of the year to light the fireplaces, break out the hot coco and eggnog, and cozy up under your warmest throw and an ugly Christmas sweater to match. For other, though, it just might be summed up into two words: “Bah, humbug”.
Winter is hibenatin’ time — both for bears and a good number of y’all out there.
— Nature Conservancy (@nature_org) December 22, 2015
#WinterOfficiallyBeginsSo I’m going to bed, see you in late March
— Joe Blow (@nta71) December 22, 2015
And for comfort over style.
#WinterOfficiallyBeginsSo my Linus days begin…people wear blankets out in public, right?
— ⛄️HollyJollyXMas⛄️ (@Hollyorange8) December 22, 2015
— magna (@mentalerase) December 22, 2015
and eating. So. Much. Eating.
#WinterOfficiallyBeginsSo calories don’t count anymore.
— Annie (@anniemae_w) December 22, 2015
— Ben (@Beamer_6412) December 22, 2015
For other states, it’s just a whole lot wetter.
#WinterOfficiallyBeginsSo naturally it’s raining in Los Angeles…
— Ships Have Sailed (@ShipsHaveSailed) December 22, 2015
For dogs, all that white just means Heaven has come down to earth.
— Smiley Planet (@Cheer_up_Pics) December 22, 2015
For cats, it’s all going to be one massive Nope.
— Damien Cross (@DC_F1) December 22, 2015
Winter is legging season — hence, a convenient reason to extend No-shave November for a very long time.
— Lili Von Shtupp (@Lily_Bell82) December 22, 2015
Maybe catch up on some Game of Thrones. Winter HAS come, after all.
— Kavin (@Kavinp510) December 22, 2015
Even Jon Snow knows something’s up.
#WinterOfficiallyBeginsSo get yourself a Valyrian steel sword or dragonglass!!
— Jon Snow (@LordSnow) December 22, 2015
One word: Gore-tex.
— View from my Office (@viewfrommyoffic) December 22, 2015