Here's a cool idea for adding a little extra winter spice to your Christmas snowman-building: playing a prank on your dad by showing him one of these snowman photos, and pretending not to know what they are!
Say: "Dad, what is this? I don't understand what I'm seeing. Can you please explain it to me?"
He'll love it!
Make sure you add a note with the picture: "Dad. Need information on this. What is it plz? X"
"Dad - quick. I need to understand this picture! It makes little to no sense to me!"
"Yes? What do you want?"
"Is this a picture of an oesophagus?"
When your dad arrives, sweaty and panicked, slam this picture down in front of him.
"Dad, you need to see this photo. The shapes... the colours... they have no correlation to anything I am able to discern!"
"Dad, I think this might be something which could help with your hobby."
"Why have you give me this? How will this help?
"I... I... I don't know... It is an unfathomable mindboggler."
"Just find out what it is," you must ask her.
"What do you mean? It's snowmen isn't it?"
When he walks in, start screeching: "What is that? What is that? What is that?"
When he wakes with a start, just ask him to explain it to you. Keep blinking and swallowing while asking him.
Refuse to understand no matter how many times he points out that it's a snowman.
"Why are you calling me that?"
"Po-pa, I found this in your wardrobe."
"What is it?"
"You tell me, Po-pa."
"Why are you calling me po-pa? Wait - why were you in my wardrobe?"
Step 2: Run around in the back garden to attract your dad's attention.
Step 3: When he tells you to come in and put on some clothes, do just that.
Step 4: Still naked, show him this photo and ask if he's ever seen anything like it before.
Step 5: Throw a hot pan of spag' bol' at him!
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