It’s snowing pretty heavy outside this morning and it makes me wonder why the term ‘Cats and dogs’￼ is only used when it rains. We could use something similar that rhymes with cats and dogs. We could say it’s snowing ‘rats and frogs’. I feel very strongly about this.
Maybe the term is only used during heavy rain so people can utter that stupid phrase, ‘Don’t step in/on a poodle’. ￼ The fact of the matter is snow is being disrespected and I don’t know why. Snow allows people to ski, snowboard, sled, have snowball fights and build snowmen. All fun things to do.
So why is it being disrespected by not having a term given when it’s really snowing like crazy outside. I keep saying that it’s snowing outside, which is kind of stupid because I’ve never seen it snow inside. My bad.
I’m simply being an advocate for snow and I don’t even ski or do any of the other activities that I mentioned. I just like the beauty of the snow after a really nice snowfall. Now if you don’t mind, I need to go outside and sweep off my satellite dish. it’s snowing like rats and frogs out there.