Comic: Texas Snowman

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Last year for Christmas, I got Ryosuke a “Texas snowman,” which is basically just a snow globe filled with water and a plastic hat, fake carrot, and fake coal buttons floating in the water. Get it?

It’s melted. Because it’s a snowman from Texas.

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9 Comments on Comic: Texas Snowman

  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pk3NNzEhZ7U#t=763
    Watch the ending, Marvin must have joined their show. ;)

  2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pk3NNzEhZ7U#t=763
    Watch the ending, Marvin must have joined their show.

  3. Your.Explanation. Of the snowman. Is. Perfect.

    Get it? It melted. Because it’s a snowman from Texas. lol <3

  4. I used to have one of these a long time ago!! This has been a thing for a while.

  5. Depends on whether your snowman was built in Amarillo, or elsewhere in the panhandle region. There he may not melt until spring thaw. We had similar snow globes in southern Arizona (Tucson), too. (Although, in the winter of 1971 Tucson experienced its record snowfall, seven (7) inches! Many real snowmen were built then, and some lived for almost a week!)

  6. Melted snowman equals to Texas snowman. Is that real, or you just made up this idea on your own? :D
    Thank goodness you are not drawing a Frozen themed comic :D

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