If you guess Canada, you’re right.
If you aren’t aware, most of the country is experiencing a deep freeze right now and we’re pretty sure this is what the Ice Age felt like.
By this point, Canadians are pretty much fed up with the deep freeze and they’ve taken to Twitter to share their hilarious (and salty) opinions about the frigid tundra we call home.
Cold weather conversation topics:
-How cold it is
-Other times when it was this cold
-Other times when it was even colder than this
-Whether or not windchill really counts
-Various places you have had frostbite
-The best kind of longjohns
— Jana G. Pruden (@jana_pruden) December 27, 2017
Me every winter acting surprised when it turns cold despite knowing that I live in Canada pic.twitter.com/zFgsQlxDlx
— Rosé Abuelo (@AymanBhuiyan) December 27, 2017
Canada problems: it’s too cold for ice. https://t.co/zHVldmbHEN
— the very model of a modern gay transsexual (@LittleMxSurly) December 27, 2017
It’s so cold in Canada we went to go use the snowblower and it was frozen, so we went to use a metal shovel and it snapped in half
— lauren (@_laurenchong) December 27, 2017
— Jon Nikrich (@JonNikrich) December 27, 2017
It may be -55 here in Canada atm but still catch us canadians going out in the cold to get that tim hortons coffee, hell, even an iced Capp. Wether don’t stop the tim runs
— Mikaylah (@behonestmik) December 30, 2017
— Cheryl🍁🇨🇦 #Canada (@mini_bubbly) December 27, 2017
CANADA IS CLOSED DUE TO THE COLD.
— Ontario Roads (@OntarioRoads) December 29, 2017
They canceled a hockey game in Canada because it was too cold.
A hockey game.
Because it was too cold.
— Leif Singer (@lsinger) December 28, 2017
Before you say it’s freezing where you are, come to Canada first.
— Dania (@danyeahx) December 28, 2017
— Recipesforeverysoul (@recps4everysoul) December 30, 2017
13 of the 15 coldest places on earth right now are located in Canada.
— Robert Falconer (@RRFalconer) December 29, 2017
Meanwhile in Canada… It’s cold enough to freeze your bubbles. https://t.co/gSVZzZ4143
— barachoix (@barachoix) December 27, 2017
For those of you who don’t live in Saskatchewan, Canada and therefore don’t understand this kind of cold… yesterday the insides of my nostrils froze together after spin class. Also one of my fingers froze to a door handle… #ExtremeCold #ItsSoCold
— Tay (@tchedds) December 30, 2017
It’s so cold outside that my dads credit card got stuck in the gas pump 😂😂😂 I love Canada
— Sono ☾☼ (@Sonoragazza) December 30, 2017