To The People Who Hate Winter
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To The People Who Hate Winter

And all of the misery that comes along with it.

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To The People Who Hate Winter

In New Jersey on Christmas Eve, it was the perfect temperature of 65 degrees. I mean, yes, maybe that's because of global warming and possibly the fact that the world is ending, but in retrospect, it was pretty amazing... for people who hate winter weather, that is.

A few days ago, I went outside to see snow on the ground. This should not come as a shock because I live in North Jersey where it snows almost all winter and it was January, but for some reason, I could not believe my eyes. This meant that winter was here; that I was going to be forced to walk to class with wind slapping my face in a few weeks, to the constant chill of my hands even with gloves on, to stepping out of the shower and being freezing, and to scraping ice off my car that will never heat up.

I understand that winter is snowboarding/skiing season or whatever, but if you hate winter like me, you understand: winter is the worst and it should not exist.

1. Wind slaps you constantly -- hard. Is it 30 degrees outside? Well with winds of 500 mph it will feel like -7!

2. If you are unaware of snow, it will get in your shoes, and you will be miserable.

3. It is so cold no matter where you go - in your car? Freezing. In class? Even colder. In your dorm? Forget about it.

4. You are literally trapped in the coldness of winter because cars never want to heat up until you arrive at your destination.

5. Debating a shower is a given. "If I get out, I might freeze to death. If I go in, what if we lose hot water? Because if I get out, I might freeze to death."


6. Walking to class is a death trap and should be illegal.

7. You are usually in a bad mood half of the day because of how cold you are.

8. You are forced to gain weight and go into hibernation because at college, the gym is just too far of a walk.

9. You start to wonder if you even remember what sunlight or warmth feels like.


10. You remember that spring is coming; or that you can also plan on moving to the Caribbean.

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