Me: So, how long is this supposed to last? The snow looks like fun to me right now, it can't be that bad.
Me: Yeah, like, the snowflakes are all big and cute and I just want to go out there and make some snowpeople.
Tamu: Well, it looks like--
Me: OH MY GODS, A SNOW TORNADO.
Tamu: Wait, wh--
Me: I AM SO EXCITED WHERE CAN I WATCH THIS HAPPEN.
Tamu: Girl, whatchu talking about? I don't see any--
Me: I'm on the Weather.com site, and it says we are on a tornado watch. Currently, we are in a blizzard. THIS MEANS WE GET A SNOW TORNADO.
Tamu: Why are you so excited about this?! This isn't a good thing! Who wants to see this?!
Me: Me! Are you trying to tell me that you aren't looking out the window right now? I HAVE NEVER SEEN ONE OF THESE I HAVE TO SEE IT.
Tamu: You're crazy. No one would want to see that.
Me: I'd bet you'd want to see it if it were a Shark-snownado.
Tamu: Not even a ghost one.
Tamu: No. Not even if it came out of the snow to bite me.
Me: Oh my gods, the biggest disappointment.
Me: The warning looks to be for everywhere but Minnesota. Louisiana is so gods damn lucky right now.
Me: You're right. It's not a snow tornado. I don't care anymore.
Tamu: You're sick.
Me: I'm sick of this boring non-snow-tornado weather, yes.
Tamu: Well, it looks like we're getting the snow until at least twelve-noon tomorrow. "Beware of snow drifts on the road," it says. Two to three feet tall. So, you'll have a snow-tsunami instead.
Me: It's not the same. Just let it go.
Tamu: I think you need to let it go.
Me: *sigh* Nothing is the same when you think a snow tornado into existence.
Tamu: I'm not sorry your imagination doesn't make things real.
Me: How big did you say those snow drifts will be?
Tamu: Two to three feet tall.
Me: Wow. That's, like, half my body.
Tamu: Oh, well, now you're impressed?
Me: I'm getting used to the idea.
Tamu: Only you.
Me: What do you have against Snownado?
Tamu: I can't handle that. I can handle a Snornado.
Me: Snornado? A storm of sleep?
Tamu: Yeah, a Snornado. I sometimes get attacked by one when I'm at my desk.