St Neots woke up to a complete lack of wintry weather this morning, after the rest of the country announced via Facebook that it was indeed a “snow day”.
Despite feeling a bit sick as we typed snow day, the Citizen ventured out into the world to investigate.
“I’m so disappointed,” said Leha Corstorphine, 15, as she trudged her way to Longsands. “I was sure that when I opened the curtains this morning I would see snow. I even had my really funny cold feet status ready to post to Facebook, and had loaded up Instagram ready for a photo – as I am sure you are required to do in this situation.”
Sadly for Corstorphine and her year ten associates, schools were still open across the region, as were most offices. “I woke up late today as the Met Office had guaranteed snow,” complained local admin assistant Dean Dexter, 32, “and then I saw on Twitter that it had not snowed yet. Bastard! If I get to work after ten, I’ll have to stay late, and you’re holding me up. I think I should ask Michael Shark for compensation!”
Expert Scientists promised St Neots that there would probably be snow later. “Then,” said Dr. Steve Kandaharas, “you’ll be able to complain about the snow, instead of the lack thereof. You’re never satisfied if you’ve got nothing to whinge about – which I suppose means you are always happy. How fortuitous!”