May be late for work.
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Working from home has its dividends….
And you’re still gonna get written up, Bob. Haul ass.
Terrifying to me who has lived in Florida almost 15 years
Luckily this looks like it slid off your roof so it shouldn’t take you too long to reach the outside. If I’m wrong I hope you have plenty of food. Good luck.
You live with anybody, are they plump ? Good luck
Dickbag Manager: If you don’t show up, we’re gonna have to let you go.
Well you should have left earlier. I got here on time. Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m gonna go staple my balls to my desk.
This photo is from Sierra Nevada, California after 12 feet of snow
Do you shovel it into the house or how do you shovel it out.
Where the fuck do you start?
Looks like you just got a day off work
You may be late for Summer.
On the plus side you’re now well protected from the wind.
” You could easily shimmy out that window” -Ops Boss
Genuinely curious but what do you if you wake up to that? Settle in for a while until it melts or so you shovel out?
Santa Claus could make it in. Your excuse is invalid.
Happened to us after a blizzard in Rochester, when I was a kid. My dad had to scoop snow, walk it through the apartment to the bathtub and dump it. When it got full, he’d run the shower and melt it, and repeat. Don’t remember how long it took to get through the drift, but it feels like he was a good while.
Run full speed into it.
Clear your exhaust vents and take the day off.
Serious (and possibly stupid) question. Is this dangerous, like if your house is completely snowed in like this – is there the possibility of carbon monoxide poisoning or anything from your furnace not being able to vent out?
I’ve found the trick to this is to find a window that has drifted enough to get out of (or skylight if you have the option). Then dig it from the outside, making stairs down to the door. That way you avoid bringing any snow inside.
I see you do get my drift.
Six more weeks of winter. Go back into hibernation until it melts.
This is legitimately terrifying.
We have entered into a 3rd story door in our cabin at Soda Springs years ago. Just no other way to get in. It’s best if you are young, and think it’s all fun, because digging snow steps etc is so much work! Then you wait for the snow to all slide off the metal roof at once, after your wood stove is going for about a 8 hours. Just love it!
I’m from Chicago and we have barely gotten any snow this year. I’m honestly jealous. Snowmageddon days are the best! I’ve never been snowed in this bad, but most of our entry ways are higher up off ground level, so that’s probably why. Shovel as much as you can, make sure none of your vents are covered, and wait it out with a beer and some chilli.
The thing I always wonder about is how water doesn’t get into the house when it starts to melt??
Pro move keeping at least one snow shovel INSIDE the house…
Been there when I lived in Calgary. The snow was straight across from the 6 foot fence to the house. Could not even see the gate. Had to dig my way out of the house. Fun
“Smithers, you’ll do anything for a day off, won’t you?”
You would think after the first 12 inches you would be like “hmm maybe I should start shoveling now”
Good lord! You must be up in Big Bear. A few friends of mine up there are dealing with these massive snowstorms. Being closed in like that would probably give me cabin fever.
Managers be like “you still coming in right?”
Ah just sprinkle some salt in there. Should melt it
“Well, you should’ve planned ahead,” said annoying, pedantic coworker upon arrival.
Save the picture to use it again next year or another job.
Oh my god. I’m glad I live in Florida wtf!!!!!
In Chicago if you send this picture to a manager they will say “Ok, you’re scheduled for 9am.” 😭😭
The don’t give a damn. Hope you’re alright though.
Screen grabbing this for next winter when I’m late for work due to oversleeping.