Introduction: Giant Snowman
This is how you make a giant snowman. A 16 foot tall snowman in fact.
Step 1: *The Snow*
First off, you need some snow. (A LOT)
Step 2: The Tools
You'll need your basic equipment.
Which may include:
-Accessories for the snowman (hat, arms eyes, nose, mouth,-etc..)
(and my personal favorite)-hot chocolate
Step 3: The Skills
Snowman-making isn't just fun and games. Anybody can try to make a snowman, but not just anyone can make a REAL snowman. They can try but they will fail every time without the right set of skills. You need the skills. Sure, there are many types of skills, but these are not your ordinary skills. These are THE snowman-making skills. It takes many winter seasons full of hard work and determination to acquire them. How do I know, you might ask? Like I said before it takes a lot of work. Fortunately I was lucky enough to meet The Great Snowman Sensei known by many as Professor Gommez. Might I just add, Professor Gommez is known for so much more than just his skills in the art of snowmen. He is a secret agent on the side, definitely the most intelligent man you will ever meet, and also quite handsome too, but that's a different story. Professor Gommez has taught me a great deal about art of snowmen, and I will be forever grateful to him for that.
With that said, I believe that just about anybody with enough ambition can obtain these skills if they're willing to put in the effort.
Step 4: *Disclaimer
I take no responsibility for any harm, loss, injury, or death from this. If you think you can just go build an awesome snowman without the proper skills and training, I am sorry to inform you that you can't. Once again I'd just like to take the time to thank Professor Gommez for being so cool. I couldn't have done this without him. Thank you.
WARNING:PEOPLE WHO THINK IT'S COOL OR FUNNY TO DESTROY OTHER PEOPLES SNOWMEN SHOULD NOT ATTEMPT THIS, AS YOU COULD END UP SERIOUSLY INJURED BY THE GREAT SNOWMAN SENSEI, PROFESSOR GOMMEZ HIMSELF. SORRY.
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