O.M.G. It’s so cold. My brain is frozen. We thawed out with a #Knights_Quest for #WinterWordProblems ! Enjoy.
Meg and Tim are sledding at 20mph, left at the same time. The tree is traveling at 0 mph. Do they have health coverage?#WinterWordProblems
— William Webelo (@oobyw) February 19, 2016
#WinterWordProblems if you have three snow days and Netflix how many series of a TV Show could you watch?
— Caitlin Tierney (@KatieTierneyH) February 19, 2016
#WinterWordProblems If I drink a shot of tequila for every quarter inch of snow that melts, how long till I’m wearing a sombrero?
— Lafe Hale (@LafeHale) February 19, 2016
— Suzanne G. Mattaboni (@suzmattaboni) February 19, 2016
You have 8oz of yellow snow in one hand and 8oz of red snow in the other.
Question: What is wrong with you? #WinterWordProblems
— CabinBoy (@cabinboy100) February 19, 2016
Determining the exact temperature at which a doubtful mind goes free, and a cold, cold heart melts. #winterwordproblems
— Portmanteau Jones (@SadlyCatless) February 19, 2016
#WinterWordProblems If flesh freezes in 60 seconds at a temperature of -40º F, how long does it take if temperature is measured in Celsius?
— Kirk Ostby (@facebookie) February 19, 2016
— LJ & 10,000 others (@LjmastertrollLJ) February 19, 2016
#WinterWordProblems The Percentage of guys who blame shrinkage to “the Cold” = ?
— Noel Penaflor (@NoelJPenaflor) February 19, 2016
— JoshStrikesBack (@JoshStrikesBack) February 19, 2016
Court Jester @ZenRand
In Feb, Calgary’s avg. temp. was -7°C; “The Notebook” views rose 21.4%. How many Calgarian babies will be born in Nov? #WinterWordProblems
— ☯ Randall Zen ☯ (@ZenRand) February 19, 2016
Court Magician @TuckFrump2016
If it snows 6 inches then 3 in melts, do I still have to shovel? #WinterWordProblems
— Galen Warden (@TuckFrump2016) February 19, 2016
I line dried 47 of my wife’s panties in -40 degree weather. How many seconds after she puts a pair on until I’m divorced #WinterWordProblems
— Jordan Cadogan (@Electronicablip) February 19, 2016
It’s impossible writing prose ~ With words that froze. ❄
— Manual Mystique (@ManualMystique) February 19, 2016
If New York has 3ft of snow & Chicago has 2ft ,how many frozen daiquiri’s must I drink to make me want to move north? #WinterWordProblems
— KnightsofHashTagWars (@HashtagKnights) February 19, 2016
If zero Fahrenheit is the same as – 30 Celcius, WHY THE F*CK do I choose to live in Toronto? #WinterWordProblems
— Samantha Goldsilver (@SamAUAG) February 19, 2016
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