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Snow Day: Gallery

Here at Bwog, we love the snow, and just because it was the second day of snow in a row doesn’t make us any less excited. Here’s a collection of images from one of the most beautiful days we’ve seen in a long time, featuring skiers on Low, a snow panda, and… the Consent Snowman?

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  • This... says:

    @This... is effin’ AMAZING. Best snow day pictures ever.

  • consent is sexy says:

    @consent is sexy It’s a Consent Snow PERSON!

  • check it says:

    @check it that panda is super cute!!! :-) makes me all smilie and gigglieeeee

    1. yeah! says:

      @yeah! It’s so original. Someone should make a snow zoo complete with snow elephants and snow polar bears. That would be awesome.

  • Sam says:

    @Sam That jump is bomb– props to ski dude

  • 2150 says:

    @2150 it’s like an olympic ski jump right here on our own campus!!!!!!!11!

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous drinkin’ dem foties.. foties.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous false

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous I knew that panda looked familiar!

    I wonder if it’s the same people.

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