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Thursday, February 14, 2019

WTF Another P.O.S. Winter MF-ing Storm is Headed to GD St. Louis Tomorrow

Posted By on Thu, Feb 14, 2019 at 3:31 PM

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We’re sorry if this commentary seems NSFW but come the F on, winter. Can’t you give us a MF-ing break?

It was 75 GD degrees today, but another winter storm is rolling in tomorrow and we just can’t MF take it anymore. Didn't we just F-ing get finished with that Winter MF-ing Vortex?

Some people say, “What’s the BFD? It’s February. We’re supposed to get winter MF-ing storms in February.”



But those people can STFU. Yes, we are supposed to get winter MF-ing storms in February, but we’re not supposed to get 75 GD degree days, too! OMFG. This is like the worst, least satisfying GD foreplay ever! Global F-ing warming is real and it sure does S a D.

MoDOT says the P.O.S. roads are being treated with salt brine and that the stupid F-ing snow will fall tomorrow between 2 p.m. and midnight (so all MF day, basically) and that the worst of it will fall during rush MF hour, of course.

FFS. This is so GD FUBAR.

UPDATE 6:20 p.m.: Now the GD City of St. Louis has issued a MF "Winter Weather Advisory" for 9 a.m. to midnight tomorrow. They say there will be 2 to 3 GD inches of snow and to "plan on slippery road conditions." F this S.

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