He let it go.
As cold as MARS?! Going outside is officially cancelled.
"Sorry?" — British Columbia.
Black holes of doom.
You guys. YOU GUYS really know how to live.
Not going to go outside until the temperature is higher than my age.
You may be stuck with them for a while...
DO YOU HAVE ENOUGH WINE???
A historic winter storm pummeled the Mid-Atlantic, burying parts of the nation in two feet of snow and triggering emergency declarations from Virginia to New Jersey. The storm became the second largest ever in New York City.
We Are Winter, and we know how to handle it.
They just can't catch a break.
Congratulations, your screen is now a fireplace.
Don't worry, it's almost spring.
"We get it."
Photographer Seph Lawless captured an indoor winter wonderland.
The dog's owner reported him missing five months ago, but it took a snowstorm to finally bring him home.
New Yorkers were told to stay indoors because of the blizzard, but some intrepid Instagrammers headed out.
Oh, the weather outside is frightful, but these manicures are so delightful!
"The cold never bothered me anyway..."
A powerful nor'easter packing winds in excess of 70 mph brought nearly 3 feet of snow to parts of New England. Travel bans have been lifted in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.
Sure, for their human companions the snowfall has been horrible, but for these dogs its all about fun!
The Holy City is buried in a thick white blanket after its worst snowstorm in two decades.
Winter is definitely coming.
Apparently, all Mariah Carey wants for Valentine's Day is Christmas. And so it was.
Mostly, pictures to put on facebook and a lot of shoveling.
"You will soon have a free supply of water. It is called SNOW."
The northeastern US may be freezing, but these folks (and their dogs, sheep, and snowmen) will put things in perspective.
Pretty! Young adults in Japan celebrate their traditional coming-of-age amidst the country's first major winter storm.
New York and New Jersey just can't catch a break. Still-recovering regions saw between three and thirteen inches of snow Wednesday.