Whenever anyone in Britain so much as mentions the word ‘snow,’ all public transport comes to a halt, business and schools close, and shops up and down every street suddenly run out of beans.
So it’s no wonder we’ve got ourselves in a bit of a state over recent weather warnings.
Utter chaos has swept Britain.
Commuters faced overcrowding:
Some people turned to religion:
But to be fair, the snow was falling thick and fast:
Anyone comparing it to rain obviously didn't have a clue what they were talking about:
We even had a "snow flurry":
Some people had the audacity to make fun, no doubt before returning home and getting snowed in by the unrelenting blizzard:
The more sensible among us tweeted messages of goodwill:
Luckily, we could turn to the news as a voice of reason to calm us down: