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Here's a Question

Postby Black Clay Lord » Thu Jan 06, 2022 11:11 pm

Have you gotten to the point where the snow piled high enough that your own boots disappear, it almost feels like you're walking in quicksand instead of snow?

That's the feeling I got just today. Seriously, the snow was that sizeable.
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Re: Here's a Question

Postby Duncan Edwards » Fri Jan 07, 2022 7:49 pm

I have a difficult time with any substitutes for the real thing. I always associate hot, wet, thick, messy, muddy, dangerous, with sex. Sex is all of those things, not cold. At least good sex is that way. :mrgreen:
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Postby Black Clay Lord » Fri Jan 07, 2022 8:00 pm

Duncan Edwards wrote:I have a difficult time with any substitutes for the real thing. I always associate hot, wet, thick, messy, muddy, dangerous, with sex. Sex is all of those things, not cold. At least good sex is that way. :mrgreen:

I'll take your word for it.
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Postby MichaelL_Photo » Wed Jan 12, 2022 12:06 am

We get deep snow in New England regularly, although none last year. On Friday, we had 12-14 inches of the white stuff. I was thinking of doing a quicksand snow scene, but it then rained on Sunday, washing nearly all of it away. Seven years ago (2015) we had 4 blizzards in a row, dropping over 2 meters (6 feet) of snow - enough to completely sink in. A very cold sink, to be sure, but one could disappear in the snow.

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Postby Fred588 » Wed Jan 12, 2022 1:12 am

Duncan Edwards wrote:I have a difficult time with any substitutes for the real thing. I always associate hot, wet, thick, messy, muddy, dangerous, with sex. Sex is all of those things, not cold. At least good sex is that way. :mrgreen:


The material that fills the indoor pit here could be interpreted as looking like snow slush. However I do not anticipate doing any scene of that sort. I would consider it as a custom if someone actually wanted it but I am very skeptical that will be the case.
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Postby jenny_up_to_no_good » Wed Jan 12, 2022 7:15 pm

I remember back in college, I was with a group of friends and one of us (a guy) accepted a dare to jump into the snow outside. This was a winter where we'd gotten like 3 feet, so they belly-flopped and disappeared completely. I can confirm what has already been said, it's very very cool :lol: my friend was fine, he just wrapped himself up in blankets and sat on the heater the rest of the night.

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Postby Black Clay Lord » Thu Jan 13, 2022 1:02 am

MichaelL_Photo wrote:We get deep snow in New England regularly, although none last year. On Friday, we had 12-14 inches of the white stuff. I was thinking of doing a quicksand snow scene, but it then rained on Sunday, washing nearly all of it away. Seven years ago (2015) we had 4 blizzards in a row, dropping over 2 meters (6 feet) of snow - enough to completely sink in. A very cold sink, to be sure, but one could disappear in the snow.

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Wow... That deep, eh?
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Postby Black Clay Lord » Thu Jan 13, 2022 4:16 am

jenny_up_to_no_good wrote:I remember back in college, I was with a group of friends and one of us (a guy) accepted a dare to jump into the snow outside. This was a winter where we'd gotten like 3 feet, so they belly-flopped and disappeared completely. I can confirm what has already been said, it's very very cool :lol: my friend was fine, he just wrapped himself up in blankets and sat on the heater the rest of the night.

Glad none were harmed.
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