This is a video of Potato the Corgi running circles in the snow of her new backyard in Aurora, Colorado, after moving from California where she never got to experience snow. What a cutie! Are they the most perfect circles I’ve ever seen run? Of course not, but they’re far
This is a video of a snowmobiler making the most of the offseason by riding his mount on a lake, exiting the water to perform a twisty flip off a ramp before returning to his unnatural habitat. Just like Billy Currington sings, “God is great, beer is good, and people
This is a video of two men ice fishing when one leaves (presumably for more liquor he doesn’t need), but forgets to detach the fishing tent from the snowmobile first, dragging the tent and his buddy inside along with him. Eventually his buddy jumps out the bottom because this is
Because things aren’t always as they appear *magically produces rose from sleeve that’s actually a pair of rolled up edible underwear on a stick I bought at the gas station last night for $16.99 because I forgot Valentine’s Day again but am still a romantic at heart* this is a
This is a video of TikTok personality mdmotivator (aka Zachery Derenioski) searching a college library for someone to go sledding with him, and, after getting blown off by some dude who lies and says he has school work to do, finds Benji, a Zimbabwe native who’s been in Canada for
Because some news networks aren’t afraid to tackle truly hard-hitting stories, this is a video from Toronto News CP24 featuring an interview with young resident Carter Trozzolo, who’s exhausted from shoveling snow all morning. He says not only did he shovel his own house, but also the homes of neighbors
In the opposite of that smooth as silk last post, this is a video of a snowboarder attempting some sort of flippy trick against a wall and getting the tip of their board perfectly stuck in a crack, leaving them suspended upside down, Luke Skywalker in a wampa cave style.
This is a video (including footage from the ground and from the cockpit) of a Boeing 767 operated by Icelandair landing and taking off again from Antarctica’s Troll Airfield, which services the Troll Research Station as well as serving as a hub to other Antarctic research stations accessible via smaller