Right, London. We don’t want to alarm any of you but it seems that a clan of icy creatures invaded us over the weekend. They come in all shapes and sizes and to help you distinguish friend from foe, we’ve put together a guide of all the frosty ‘friends’ you may bump into while walking around London. Remember, most of them will be friendly, some may have other agendas just DON’T PANIC! Carly-Ann Clements
The basic anatomy
Most snowmen have attempted to take on a familiar, rotund form. With a neck, waist and a bit of a beer belly, these chilly chums look approachable and harmless. However, this invasion has seen the snowmen struggle to take the expected form.
From the giants:
To the ankle high:
To the pineapple heads?:
And even the legless:
It seems that family holidays are on the cards this year and snowmen and women are bringing their children along.
From the moody teenager:
But be warned… snow people are very protective so approach with caution:
And it didn’t end with children. They’ve even brought their pets! So far, we’ve seen:
It seems that snowmen generally head to the same haunts and can often be found in the following places.
Snowmen have been making friends and really trying to adapt to London life.
From getting a job:
To trying the latest beauty trends:
Mimicking contemporary culture:
Dating the locals:
Getting a bit more intimate with the locals:
And even causing havoc after binge drinking:
As we’ve mentioned, most of our sub-zero friends are harmless but some are showing signs of aggression.
From building fortresses:
To tensions rising between snow couples:
And inappropriate acts in public:
Some are hungry and vegetables just aren’t enough:
And some aren’t even attempting to hide their intentions:
Others have already been in battle:
And sometimes, this is all that’s left of the human who tried to befriend them:
Most important lesson
But above all, the most important thing to remember is that even if you do become friends with one of these snow visitors, they’ll often disappear without a trace. Don’t take it personally. They’re just like that.
So whatever you do London, be safe and look out for a snowy friend lurking around the corner.