Laughter is good for your health
So, here is a good chuckle for our Wisconsin friends and for those of you that know someone from Wisconsin.
Cold Is a Relative Thing
65 above zero:
Floridians turn on the heat.
People in Wisconsin plant gardens.
60 above zero:
Californians shiver uncontrollably.
People in Wisconsin sunbathe.
50 above zero:
Italian & English cars won’t start.
People in Wisconsin drive with the windows down.
40 above zero:
Georgians don coats, thermal underwear, gloves, wool hats.
People in Wisconsin throw on a flannel shirt.
35 above zero:
New York landlords finally turn up the heat.
People in Wisconsin have the last cookout before it gets cold.
20 above Zero
People in Miami all die.
Wisconsinites close the windows.
Californians fly away to Mexico .
People in Wisconsin get out their winter coats.
10 below zero:
The Girl Scouts in Wisconsin are selling cookies door to door.
20 below zero:
Washington DC runs out of hot air.
People in Wisconsin let the dogs sleep indoors.
30 below zero:
Santa Claus abandons the North Pole.
Wisconsinites get upset because they can’t start the snowmobile.
40 below zero:
ALL atomic motion stops.
People in Wisconsin start saying…’Cold enough fer ya?’
50 below zero:
ALL forms of life freeze over.
Wisconsin public schools will open 2 hours late
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