Thursday, February 11, 2010

SECRETS OF THE SNOW MASONS REVEALED!

Do you live under a constant sheet of two foot thick snow? Let the snow guru help you understand just what to do with it all.

18 comments :

Destination A Go-Go said...

"More commonly known as the snowman"?


.........That sir, is an outrageous claim, I demand proof.
:)

human-cannonball said...

Awesome!

Canada REPRESENT.

Aabra said...

Now why do I not want snow where the dog has "beeeeen"?

Anonymous said...

Snow masons run the country! Wake up sheeple!

Greg said...

I looked this guy up he is trying to rebuild the temple of solomon: OUT OF SNOW.


GOOGLE SNOW TOWER 7!

ohmynoti said...

at my elementary school we actually did take an entire day out of classes to have a school-wide snow sculpture competition...possibly because our school was really broke + it required less materials than a science fair (which we did not have). but man, we had to do it without any fancy saws.

JRH said...

This "snow man" has built an underground snow bunker filled with thousands of "snow men." We must prevent him from finding the magic hat.

Anonymous said...

I am Canadian, and yes, we are all this boring.

Anonymous said...

His accent is hilarious.

Anonymous said...

This is actually pretty awesome.

Bryan said...

That noise! When he's making the "hair"... AARRHHHAG!

Heather said...

Bryan: I know. I thought that fingernails on a chalkboard were bad, but plastic sawteeth on an unfinished snowman head are worse.

Next time you're outside in the snow, don't forget to look to see if a dog has bean there.

Anonymous said...

Good, but needs more freaking tweaking!

dustin said...

you don't want snow where a dog has bean.

Anonymous said...

Totally awesome. I live 45 minutes away from this guy haha.

Anonymous said...

The "mustache tag is awesome!

fordanglia said...

Oh god, I had this video and those saws. I live in Saskatoon, near Moose Jaw, in the province of Saskatchewan.

This man is a liar.

Pip Harper said...

Now I know why Eskimos have so many words for snow...