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As Canadians, we know how badly snowstorms can suck.

The ice pellets in your face, the driveways blocked with snow, the inability to leave your home – we could do without the whole business entirely. That’s why – on those rare occasions when it happens elsewhere – we get a little giddy. Enter #Snowmageddon2015. While the “potentially historic” winter storm ended up being a dud in New York City, it certainly left Boston out in the cold. And clearly, the people there are not happy about it:

#Snowmageddon2015

The funny part is, that guy actually had it pretty good. Some people can’t even step outside:

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…or drive their cars:

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You know, if you can even find your car:

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And don’t even think about getting coffee: 

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In fact, without caffeine, the whole city is shifting over to the dark side. This was taken in Boston earlier today: 

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No, but seriously though:

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SERIOUSLY THOUGH:

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Luckily, some residents are fighting back via makeshift defensive snow bunkers. Vive la resistance!

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But if that wasn’t ugly enough, the poor souls away from the front lines have to deal with this: 

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And have we even mentioned the freaking yeti that’s been running around?!

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What is going on in Boston?! At least it’s comforting to know that, even in a blizzard, Americans still line up in droves for overpriced organic kale:

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Meanwhile, in Canada:

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