Just for Laughs

Grandma’s been staring through the window
ever since it started to snow.
If it gets any worse I’ll have to let her in.

What do snowmen eat for breakfast?
Frosted Flakes!

What do you get when you cross a snoman
and a vampire?
Frost bite.

How does a snowman get around?
He rides an icicle!

How do you prevent a Summer cold?
Catch it in the Winter!

Why did the farmer only wear one boot to town?
He heard there would be a 50% chance of snow!

What is a snowman’s least favorite yoga position?
Downward-facing dog pee.

What do you call a snowman in July?
A puddle.

Why do seals swim in salt water?
Because pepper water makes them sneeze!

What do you call a gangsta snowman?

Just for Laughs  

Fun Facts

Fun Facts

On average, January is the coldest month of the year in the Northern Hemisphere.
It is the second month of winter.

In the Southern Hemisphere January is a summer month the equivalent of July.
Sometimes the Saxons called January the wolf month because hungry wolves would come into their towns searching for food this time of year.

For a long period of European history, the start of the New Year occurred in March.

January is named after the Roman god Janus, who was always shown as having two heads. He looked back to the last year and forward to the new one. The Roman New Year festival was called the Calends, and people decorated their homes and gave each other gifts.

In hoary Celtic tradition, 5th January was the end of 12 days winter solstice celebration. On this day, people assembled and greeted each other from the Wassail bowl. Wassail means “Be in good health”.