You Know It's (Really, Really) Cold Out When ...

Fill in the blank with your clever, witty, or just really accurate descriptions.

It's winter in New England. And winter in New England is cold. We know this.

But right now, we're at the beginning of an extra cold stretch. We figured you could help warm your fingers by typing an ending to the beginning of this sentence: "You know it's cold out when..."

We think it's cold out when you take your glove off and your hand is cold just a few seconds later. Or when everything in your nostrils freezes up.

Readers, what do you think? "You know it's cold out when..."

Dennis Noonan January 22, 2013 at 04:33 PM
You know it's cold when politicians have their hands in their own pockets


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