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What happend to frosty the snowman?

This is what happen to frosty the snowman when he got locked up in this house? It is the winter time Holladay season. So let it snow, let it snow, is what all of the kids of the world sing in hopes of fun times, snowmen, and snow angels, and of corse snowball fights. Just plain fun for kids. But the natural winter time worry that all parents have in the back of their minds. Did not included locking frosty the snowman up in the house.

Okay. Frosty did get some help from these kids. Or was frosty just killed in secret by parents who then concealed him in a baking flour bag. No one knows for sure. As for Who killed Frosty? But its a great place to conceal frosty’s lifeless and powered body. But once frosty was found… well who doesn’t know about the fun times that frosty brought to them as they were kids. Ah…remember those good old times?

Who killed Frosty?

Fun comes in different sizes and places, big and small, it is all the same to kids. Truth is, to kids who haven’t discovered the fun of spending money just yet. They may still have some unrealistic dreams of wanting to have a spaceship for Christmas, or like me a Boeing 747 ( like in the my post of have you ever spent 17 million dollars before age 10 ), they just don’t know they are unrealistic dreams.

Truth is! Kids are like cats. At least young kids are like cats. They can enter an empty room, look around all they want for the remote-control. But what is it for? They just don’t know how to work it as of yet. So it is of no real use. But like the cat at this point, they always can find something to entertain themself’s with. In the end. Fun in sues. But at what expense to the parents that are in charge of them. Well. Okay. Maybe not so much in charge.

Check out this video and you decide. http://youtu.be/z1noY1NTiF0

Truth is. In this Christmas season, do we really have to spend lots of money on presents or entertainment?

If your running out of things to do for fun or just short on cash? Try locking Frosty the snowman up in the house. (AKA. two small kids with a bag of baking flour) Maybe just barrow some kids and take them over to someones else’s house, that your house sitting for! Make sure to blame it all on the fun! The fun in the snow you all had, with frosty at least! If that didn’t work. Accuse them of killing frosty and placing him into the bag of baking flour to conceal their crime. The crime of destroying fun!

All the best!


About mindwarpfx

the truth has no agenda! a mind is a terrible thing to waste! not to pass on a smile that you receive from someone else is a missed opportunity and a lost moment to make a difrence in someone's life! To have choices made for you is to be held captive, to choose, is the first steps in freedom, to except responsibility is to fly and be free to experience life!


2 thoughts on “What happend to frosty the snowman?

  1. You’re so funny! Don’t you know kids can do anything?! My grandies can. Recently some of them came down to the country. My husband setup a target for one boy to practice with his new bow and arrows – made a swing out of an old tire. The five year old came into the kitchen and announced, “Papa is building a playground for me!” I gave her a drawing pad and pack of color pencils and asked her to draw a quilt for me to make. She did, and it was beautiful! Her other grandma quilts too, so she knew exactly what to do! In other words, kids these days are awesome. 🙂 They better be – they’re our future society.

    Posted by Texasjune | November 27, 2011, 4:48 pm
    • thats the point with kids. They can, or at least they believe they can do anything. We as the adults should be more kid like I guess. As far as the remote control thing well my grandie can only put it in the mouth as if it was candy. I’m sure a bag of flour is way more fun for her. When she gets older who knows?? Thanks for the read and looking around.
      All the best! 🙂

      Posted by mindwarpfx | November 27, 2011, 6:46 pm

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