Jaguar Hood Ornament Covered In Furry Frost

January 23, 2017

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This is the Jaguar hood ornament belonging to Redditor detotal. He took the picture to brag about his car show the hoarfroast covering the jaguar. What the hell is hoarfrost? "A promiscuous whitewalker." Grow up, we're talking about weather here.

Generally speaking, you want a much more moist air mass in place. In late fall, winter or early spring, one or more days in a row of freezing fog (fog with air temperatures of 32 degrees or colder) is a perfect scenario. With more moisture in the air, the interlocking crystal patterns of frost become more intricate and much larger, building up to a greater depth on tree branches, signs, fences, anything. This is hoarfrost.

So, there you have it. "I like my definition better." That doesn't surprise me. Honestly, nothing really surprises me anymore short of my roommate jumping out of the shower or a closet wearing a clown mask. That's one of his things. And one of my things is lunging at him whenever he does. It's kind of a game we play that's going to end with a stabbing.

Thanks to Luc, who sent me a picture of the necklace he made out of hood ornaments he ripped off cars at the junkyard. Solid chest hair.

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