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That's a wrap for Day 10!
The TL:DR... those who generally get a lot of snow don't want it, and those who don't get it... want it! Hopefully I'll get to experience it someday.
I'll update this comment once the winner is confirmed, so stay tuned!
In the meantime, try your luck with Day 11! (More Alienware goodness)
UPDATE: Congratulations to @ZeusCell for being randomly selected as the winner for Day 10!
Any snow would be a welcome sight at where I live. 😄
When I don't have to travel... snow is great!
no snow for sure is better than shoveling that much
As much as I hate snow .. you'd think I would have move somewhere south by now ..
Shoveling three feet of snow sounds awful. I choose No snow!
I'll take the three feet of snow, over no snow...especially if I don't have to shovel hat three feet from my driveway
As nice as it is, no snow at all for mobility reasons. The city can't even handle a couple of cms of snow right now let alone 3 feet!
3 feet of snow spread out over a two week period would be okay!
Def would love 3 feet of snow !!!
3 feet for sure. No school and time to take my kiddos out on sleds!
None. Definitely! We already have over a foot of snow this year!
No snow. No need to shovel.
3' of snow
we already have too much snow, so I'm going to say no snow!
I have lived my life in a region that never gets snow and always idealized it as a kid, but seeing how much hassle it is to deal with as an adult, I don't really want to see snow outside my house anymore.
As someone who has to shovel snow... no snow at all.
My niece sent a picture the other day from near where I used to live. They had gotten nearly four feet of snow in just over a day and it made me a little jealous. Then I thought about Christmas shopping, traveling, and the dozens of other things and places I had to be over the next few days and the nostalgia quickly melted away.
Everyone I know would hate it, but I have wanted it to snow since October. I love the winter.
Although it was magical as a kid, and can be breathtakingly beautiful, I wouldn't miss it if I were to move somewhere warmer!
I like some snow, but 3 ft? Way, way more than needed!
Zero for me then!😮
By the way, have you watched the movie "Snowpiercer", @Wally_AMD ? Careful what you wish for!
All the snow so we can snowmobile,
sadly, no snowfall here where I live.
3 Feet of snow. nothing more disappointing than a snowless, but cold holiday
Given that I come from a place where I get so much snow anyway, I'll go for the 3 feet of snow
I love the snow so I'd totally be fine with 3 feet for the holidays =p
3 feet of snow! Just for the holidays though...
~3 feet of snow... but preferably only on the weekends 😄
While I love the snow and playing in it, but the drivers around my parts forget that snow and ice are slippery (schools close with less than an inch of snow for context), and I'd much rather not deal with them. In that case, I'll take no snow at all, as happens most holidays.
~3 feet of snow during the holidays
A White Christmas
3 Ft of snow and more! We hardly get any!
Snow for skiing would be nice. But it's now +8 degrees Celsius and it's raining. 😖
I think it would be nice to have a White Christmas, in my life so far i can only remember 3 or 4 which isn't many considering how long i have been around for lol. Happy Xmas everyone, i hope you all have a good one.
Having grown up somewhere that the snow was so wet and heavy I threw my back out yearly, no snow for me, thanks.
I get quite a bit of snow. I'd rather have none.
3 feet of snow!
If not needing to drive anywhere, lots of snow please!