In Georgia, snow makes everyone panic or very excited. Georgians panic because the thought of all that white flaking stuff on the ground and roads is frightening. How are we going to drive with all that snow on the road? How are we supposed to drive in 0.2 inches of snow??? However, there is something amazing about snow. Snow means school is cancelled, and now, we can binge- watch Netflix all day. Here's how us Georgians react to the expectations of having snow!
2. Georgia news talking about the heavy snowfall
Snow hasn't even appeared yet so I don't know why every news reporter is exaggerating the amount of snow we are going to get. Don't forget the stupid snow storm names and the serious intense music they add to all their reports.
3. Should we do homework if it’s going to snow?
You promise yourself no matter if school is closed or open you will do your homework and possible get ahead on the other work. This is a lie that you make to yourself to feel bette about doing your homework at the very last minute.
4. Waiting for the snow impatiently
So, when's the snow coming? It seriously need to hurry up! I haven't seen snow since like last year.
5. Wondering why your school has not cancelled school tomorrow
Okay so everyone had cancelled school, so why hasn't my county closed school yet?
7. Realizing that you don’t have milk, bread or juice in your house
Once everyone finds out about the snow, they go crazy. they go to stores and buy LITERALLY everything. Like chill, it's not like there's going to be five feet of snow.
8. Going to the store to get some essentials and realizing that people clearly can not drive any faster.
It's literally just raining not even snowing so why can't people drive normally. Everyone's driving like a slow turtle. Honestly. Move it, I have got all the food I need!
9. Looking outside and you thought you saw snow, but in reality, it was just your eyes playing a trick on you!
WAIT, is that snow? Oh that's false alarm!
10. Waking up the next day to expect four feet of snow, only to see none.
Literally nothing. However, you have to remember this is Georgia. We experience the four seasons in one day. Oh well, maybe next year!