It’s coming! Emergency alerts about the impending blizzard hit (some) smartphones at around 4:00 p.m. and people are reacting and preparing.
— Kim and Nicole (@achildgrows) February 7, 2013
On my planet, when they announce an impending snowstorm, everyone rushes out and stocks up on books.
— Liberty (@MissLiberty) February 7, 2013
I, for one, love snow storms. Especially while living in NYC. No car + no shoveling + an excuse to stay inside and read!
— Michele Filgate (@readandbreathe) February 7, 2013
The key to not being affected by the snowstorm is to never go anywhere or do anything.
— Liam McEneaney (@HeyItsLiam) February 7, 2013
1st half of blizzard shopping done. That means I have plenty of cheese.
— A. N. Devers (@andevers) February 7, 2013
how come i didn’t get the blizzard alert!!!
— Jelly Donuts (@jennalisetwts) February 7, 2013
Our iPhones didn’t give off an emergency alert, which just confirms what we always knew: Siri’s trying to kill us.
— Effed in Park Slope (@effedparkslope) February 7, 2013
Are you stocked up on all of your snowed-in goods? What will you be reading/watching/drinking?