ANSWERS: 2
  • That's getting a little personal, don't ya think !?! But the answer to your question is ... yes. : )
    • Anoname
      It's an old expression - as I'm sure you'd know. I think it means old man winter is on the way. I'm using it to ask if you HAD a cold winter. Batman uses it to refer to Mr. Freeze. You might use it after watching an adult movie...
    • Ice man
      Yes, I was just teasing about being personal ( I have a good sense of humor and can take a joke). We've had a mixed winter. The snow held off until the beginning of Dec., then we got buried deep and got bloody cold. Then it warmed up and melted. Then came the tons of freezing rain, 8 inches deep on my driveway before another 3 feet of snow and bloody cold again. The cycle repeated itself several times over. We had spring 2 weeks ago and now we're back into the freezing temperatures again. I'm hoping this is the end of it, I've had enough
    • Anoname
      Had the impression you had a great sense of humor.
    • Ice man
      Thanks. I gave your question a "thumbs up" earlier, but I guess it didn't stick (that happens from time to time). Just did it again - hopefully it'll stick this time . : )
  • He doesn't visit here much. I don't remember any snow or ice last winter. But that doesn't necessarily mean it didn't happen.
    • Anoname
      Winter without the winter weather.
    • Linda Joy
      It gets cold but not cold like Maine and Washington in the winter, where it stays winter for at least 6 months!

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