Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve definitely noticed how ridiculously cold it’s been outside lately (and if you know someone who has been living under a rock, um, well, it’s probably time you check on them). Even people who love cooler temperatures think this current blast of bone-chilling air is a bit too much to handle. How are people coping with it? Here are a few examples:
Some people are turning to science…
It’s so darn cold, my wife and I are forced to turn to science experiments in order to ward off cabin fever. Here we are turning boiling water into steam. #science #deepfreeze #frozenAmerica https://t.co/61t8FfbLdx
— JetJaguar (@JetJaguar333) January 1, 2018
…others are turning to laughter.
— TheFelinePhilosopher (@ThePhilosopurr) January 3, 2018
Some people are just taking it all in…
.@weatherchannel my photo of brave scallop boat in the Sea Smoke Casco Bay Maine near Portland head light Lighthouse Tuesday morning Portland Maine. #frozenamerica – I kept marginal warm with hand warmers this am. May other wonderful photos taken #itssocold #maine pic.twitter.com/hdLCRB5DsJ
— Donald Verger (@Donaldverger) January 3, 2018
…others are planning on never going out.
— Erica (@emaewills) January 2, 2018
Some people are taking time to reflect on their appliances…
— Laura (@legraves) January 2, 2018
…others are taking time to reflect on themselves.
Yes Nana, it’s cold here. She calls me every single day in the winter and asks me about the weather. I used to get annoyed. Now my Nana’s phone calls are the highlight of my day.
And others are thinking we’re all ridiculous 🙂
People freaking out about the frigid temps all over #frozenAmerica but Michiganders are like….ummm welcome to January. 🤷🏼♀️
— Chantal Curler (@ChantalCurler) January 1, 2018
We want to know how you’re dealing with the freezing temperatures! Tell us what you’re doing in the comments!