Injunction Violation

To Whom it May Concern:

I would like to publicly report the appearance of a person known to be unwelcome on the west coast of Florida. He goes by the name of ‘Jack’ Frost, real name unknown. An injunction was issued against him some time ago to prevent his unwelcome visitations to these regions, but I have it on good evidence that he was here last night. Please be on the lookout for this man and, if spotted, report him immediately to the authorities so that he might be sent back to places where is more, shall we say, warmly welcomed.

[Update: I have included the screenshot to the right so that those of you in other areas can be moved to sincere sympathy for us. You should note that the low last night was 20 degrees below normal. I hear you weeping.]

11 thoughts on “Injunction Violation

  1. Rebekah

    word up! i had frost all over my car, and i thought i was going to have to get out an ice scraper to get to work! gee…

  2. Randy Greenwald

    But Fiona, where is your Christian sympathy? It is only supposed to get up to the mid fifties today. Don’t you feel our pain?

  3. Gus/Adri

    This has nothing to do with Jack Frost, but there is a contradiction in the phrase ‘crescent waning moon’ in the screen shot. Wane means to have a progressively smaller part; crescent comes from the Latin for grow. But then, I don’t know how to rephrase the information without making it too long. Sorry, I should stop majoring in minors.G

  4. Fiona

    Nope. (Cry babies)I suppose this means it will be a “two blanket night” for ya’ll? :)Enjoy your hot chocolate!

  5. Elsa

    As a Minnesotan, I think you Floridians are wusses. I walked part of the way to work last week when it was -5 degrees.

  6. Randy Greenwald

    Okay. Let it fly. Let Christian charity go out the window and let’s start calling names.Let me finish Elsa’s -5 degree story. Notice she walked part way to work. The ambulance took her the rest of the way…

  7. TulipGirl

    I read this post this morning and thought it was cute and clever. . . Then I went outside. It was frigid. (And I did have to break out my credit card to scrape off the frost, Rebekah.)*shiver*I’ve become acclimated to the Florida winters — and definitely do NOT like this.

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