9 Videos You Can Make During A Blizzard
It's easy to go stir-crazy on a snow-day. How long will it take for you to open a bottle of wine and start talking to the walls? Probably no time at all.
But why keep all that quality entertainment to yourself? Share that with the world via YouTube!
If talking to the wall isn't your thing, you can try out any one of these other great options:
If you're really getting squirmy with cabin fever, I recommend making the Harlem Shake.
Here's how it works: One person wearing a mask dances solo while everyone else sits around, occupied with typical, hum-drum activities. When the lyrics say, "Do the Harlem Shake," everyone just GOES NUTS. It's an easy concept and the best excuse to do anything your restless limbs want to do.
Even if you had to brave the roads because work wasn't canceled, you can make it happen.
If you're into a challenge, make it cinnamon.
I challenge you to beat this:
For all those wannabe Bill Nye/Myth Buster/Future Astronauts out there, you could record yourself putting a mentos in a bottle of coke. What's the worst that could happen?
Snow days give you ample time to create something delicious (that is, if you thought to swarm the grocery store beforehand). Why not record it and show the world how to make a fruit salad?
You can also prove how MANLY YOU ARE by braving the bitter cold in naught but a pair of hot-pants. Because that never ended poorly for anyone, right? Right.
Nope! Never a bad idea to walk out onto a frozen pool of water. Not at all. Why aren't you doing it yet?
Make a "Call Me Maybe" parody as imaginative as this:
Record your cat trying to catch something, then put it in slow-motion so you can pretend he's the chosen one in The Cat Matrix.
For you un-tapped musicians, record a little jam-session with a friend.
Who knows, it might eventually evolve into something bigger:
Now get to work before Nemo moves onto to some other hemisphere.