Met Office warns Brits to stay inside to avoid the high risk of other Brits moaning incessantly about the icy weather.

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Met Office warns Brits to stay inside to avoid the high risk of other Brits moaning incessantly about the icy weather

Icy weather and snowfall has been seen across much of the country for the past few days – and is set to continue

The public are being warned to stay indoors to avoid the risk of neighbours or coworkers saying something banal and annoying like ‘oh hasn’t the temperature dropped’ or ‘do you think it’s going to settle? I don’t think it’s going to settle.’ or ‘the last time I felt this cold was when I hugged my mother in law.’

The Met Office have been issuing ‘yellow’ warnings – which refer to low-level disruption

And many, many terrible jokes about which types of snow you should and shouldn’t eat…

Motorists have been warned to be extra careful because of hazardous driving conditions

The A406 in particular is almost impossible to traverse without having to listen to at least one person say ‘well if global warming is happening how come there’s frost?’.

In the past 24 hours alone four drivers have crashed because they were distracted while trying to work out whether or not these people were being serious or ironic.

Also because it was almost impossible not to punch them in the face.

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