#WhatFrostyDoesInHisFreeTime via Hashtag, You’re It!: @McMannofthePeop The Top Picks

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The one thing that I vividly remember from the 1969 Rankin/Bass animated “Frosty The Snowman” is when, to help keep her warm, Frosty and the little girl hide out in a green house. The next time we see them Santa and the rabbit come to the rescue but find the little girl sobbing into a puddle of what use to be Frosty. But don’t be sad boys and girls, because Santa uses his magic and brings Frosty back to life. They all cheer, everything is fine, and Frosty goes home with Santa. They completely skip over the YEARS of therapy that that little girl will have to go thru. She sat there as her friend slowly died right in her arms! That has got to be some traumatic shit for a 7 year old girl to go thru. Even though he’s brought back to life she still has the image of frosty’s face slowly melting into her mittens that she was trying to hold him together with. PTSD at it’s best people! And then he has the audacity to just leave her! “Sorry you had to witness my lingering death, but I’m going to leave with this fat jolly old elf. Peace Out!” It’s such a jerk thing to do isn’t it. Plus what is he going to do with the rest of the year? He only has maybe 3 months out of the year that he can come back and visit those children. When does he do with the other 9 months? Even though he is living at the north pole he really can’t help Santa out that much because he can’t come inside his workshop because it would be too warm. What could Frosty do? That’s what I asked Twitter with this week’s “Hashtag, You’re It” with the hashtag #WhatFrostyDoesInHisFreeTime. It trended to the #7 spot in the U.S. and had over 1200 responses so check out the top list below and don’t forget to join me every Tuesday at 11 am EDT for the next exciting episode of “Hashtag, You’re It”

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