How to make it snow: a comprehensive and informative list

Ethan Glick, Staff Writer

If you’re like me and enjoy the fluffy flakes of snow that fall lazily during the winter months, and also happen to be attending school, then at some point in your life you have probably wished that there was some way you could force snow to fall. I have spent many years attempting to achieve this. This is a list of tactics that you may try for yourself.

  1. Attempt to gain access to the government’s totally real weather machine. There have been rumors that the government has created a weather machine. If these rumors are correct, then put on your tinfoil cone hats and get to work!
  2. Sing by a freezer. This one is particularly interesting because your level of success could be determined by how well you can sing. Feel free to give it a go, but not to the detriment of the ears of those around you (sorry, Mom).
  3. Do a snow dance in the front yard. This is a ritualistic method that has a low chance of working. However, it definitely serves as entertainment for the neighbors… probably.
  4. Get a snowglobe. Get really close to the aforementioned snowglobe. Shake the snowglobe. 
  5. Find a really tall person who also has really bad dandruff. Ask them to headbang. This is very hard to do due to the fact that most people probably won’t openly admit that they have really bad dandruff. But if you do manage to complete this: boom! Fake snow.
  6. Slowly be driven insane by failing to get it to snow, until you think it’s snowing all the time. 

I hope that you have found this list to be both helpful and informative. Be careful, and have fun trying to create that winter wonderland that Michael Bublé keeps singing about.