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It's always so fun when the kids can swing from high voltage electricity lines in the winter.
Quick, hit 100MPH before it's illegal again.
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You can do a lot with 18 inches of snow.
Caution: Riding this may cause you to lose your virginity.
They still don't know why the neighbors got all upset at a 14 foot tall totem pole.
First you ski, ski, ski then you skeet, skeet, skeet.
They're happy now, but just wait until that plow driver gets back from his "coffee break" at the local saloon.
Unfortunately when it gets hot and excited it just melts.
It's a huge rack of ribs waiting to thaw, Flintstones style.
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That's just how the Eiffel Tower's shadow looks in winter.
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Getting plowed! And not in the good way.
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