No college. No work. No way out of your god damn house. Yes, it’s a snow day. How shall you ever fill the hours of the day? Look no further; here is a quick guide to how to survive oncoming boredom.
- Build A Snowman
This is the classic snow day activity. It’s quite simple, provided you’re able to get outside to your garden. You just roll a snowball along the ground until it gets to an acceptable size for the base. Repeat twice more but make the snowballs smaller for the middle section and head.
- Everyone else is posting impressive photos of their igloos, snowdinosaurs & snowcats
- Can’t feel your fingers
- GEMMA YOU’RE BRINGING THE SNOW IN WITH YOU, YOU’RE GOING TO RUIN THE GOOD WOODEN FLOORS
2. Play Board Games Or Cards
A snow day is the perfect time to take out old forgotten board games to play with the family. This is especially convenient if you’re experiencing a power cut and can’t watch TV.
- Fun for all of the family
- Except my dad, mam & siblings who refuse to play with me
3. Make A Hot Chocolate
There’s nothing better than cosying up beside the fire with a blanket and a lovely cup of hot chocolate.
- Silky, smooth deliciousness
- It’s not cold chocolate but HOT chocolate
- May burn your tongue
- GEMMA YOU’RE WASTING ALL OF THE F*CKING MILK
4. Read A Book
With the chaos of everyday life, we don’t always have the time to read a book. A snow day provides a great opportunity to catch up on some reading.
- Switch off from the world
- Widen your mind
- Can’t concentrate with your family shouting at each other
5. Write a blog post
If you’ve exhausted all other options and have nothing better to do with your own life, you could write a blog post. It probably won’t be good. It will probably be the worst thing you’ve ever written but everyone is so incredibly bored that they might just read it.
- Your parents will think you’re doing college work
- Looks like actual content for your blog
- THIS BLOG POST