Iceball fight!
Winter Waterfall Produces Perfectly Round Ice Spheres

This is a video of a waterfall in Hope, British Columbia that produces perfectly spherical ice balls, which “occurs when ice sheets break into smaller pieces and are repeatedly rounded by the constant pressure of a waterfall.” How about that! I wouldn’t be picking them up and tossing them around all willy-nilly like the guy in the video though. Those are ice dragon eggs if I’ve ever seen one, and although I haven’t actually ever seen one, my intuition is never wrong. You’re about to get blue-flamed, bro!