Ah, cold, wet melting snow. I cannot underscore how much I dislike snow, but making snowmen was fun. In Japan, snowmen only have a head and a body — while in America (and elsewhere?), they have a head, a mid-section and legs.
The reason why is because in Japanese, they're called "yukidaruma" with "yuki" meaning "snow" and "daruma" being a doll with only a head and a body.
I hate snow. Snowmen are cool, though.
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