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№1 Author: Nguyenazn (31 Dec 2012 04:15) Total user comments: 1139


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don't melt your house !
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№2 Author: shanevwf (31 Dec 2012 04:19) Total user comments: 3


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Shit igloo.......or Shigloo as it will now be known
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№3 Author: adzhoe (31 Dec 2012 05:48) Total user comments: 14959


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Where is the snow- sauna and snow-bathroom? Guess it's a work in progress.
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№4 Author: Gi-Joe (31 Dec 2012 06:46) Total user comments: 960


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I was expecting something over the top.
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№5 Author: styopa (31 Dec 2012 15:47) Total user comments: 654


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"Snow House"? This is some crappy snow that was gathered, piled up (note the leaves), and someone dug a hole in it.

Perhaps that's exciting for people who don't see much snow, but I'm in MN, this is nothing more (and quite a bit less, actually) than most elementary-schoolers do here every winter.

I guess next time I see them busily beavering away at a big snowbank, I'll go in and take pics. When I was a kid, and we had the whole class working at it during recesses, we'd have hidden warrens with a dozen different rooms. (Hidden because it really was crazy-dangerous, little 7-9 year olds digging underneath a 15' pile of snow that probably weighed several tons. The school rightly banned such constructions, so we had to build them and block the entrance hole with a snowfort so it wasn't obviously visible from a distance or they would take a bucket-loader and destroy it every day.)

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№6 Author: Lu (1 Jan 2013 21:43) Total user comments: 14877


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Eskimo's will turn in their graves.
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№7 Author: johnny Reynoso (2 Jan 2013 23:13) Total user comments: 3712


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:14: hahaahahhaahah
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№8 Author: Whapp (14 Jan 2013 05:03) Total user comments: 92


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OK, for anybody who wants to see a real snow dwelling, here.

http://cdn.slowrobot.com/17201
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