MEN have pointed out that the six inches of snow due to fall on the country is much, much more than the national average.
Britain’s males have been quick to highlight that while it might not sound that big, six inches of snow is freakishly uncommon and well above what anyone could reasonably expect to see on a day-to-to-day basis.
Martin Bishop from Dumfries said: “Your expectations have been skewed by movies like The Day After Tomorrow. You know that’s all fake, right? In real life you’d be lucky to see the ground packing three inches of the white stuff, max.
“Besides, six inches is grossly excessive. Where’s it all going to go? People who live in places with that amount of snow might act all cocky, but deep down they know that most of it is going to waste.”
Norman Steele from Hastings added: “Speaking from personal experience, a micro amount is better. If I had to choose between six inches or a couple of centimetres, I’d go for the latter every time.
“And don’t listen to those bullshitters claiming to have nine inches. They’re either rounding up, not measuring it properly, or both. No way anything could be that size, especially in these chilly temperatures.”