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Overheard: Toto, I Have a Feeling We’re Not in California Anymore

As winter makes an early appearance, unsuspecting Californians are plagued by this foreign phenomenon known as “snow”.

Girl wearing a light hoodie and Toms, being carried on piggie back, screams:

“Awwww I hate cold, I wanna go home! I want California!”

Perhaps she was astonished at snowperson and his/her pet?

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6 Comments

  • It's True!! says:

    @It's True!! It’s currently in the 70’s in California… :(

  • Sage says:

    @Sage Getting your Toms wet will make them smell. For the sake of your roommates, classmates, and library neighbors, do not wear them in rain or snow.

  • man fuck the cold says:

    @man fuck the cold i just want to party, become a charity fundraiser, and marry an asian guy i-banker.

    – white girl, cc’12

  • That Was I says:

    @That Was I That was me. That was the author of this book.

  • Man says:

    @Man What the hell are Toms?

    1. Sage says:

      @Sage Googling “Toms” will give you the answer.

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