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Move on, Frosty: Weather Channel reporter calls snowman a 'snowperson' — and the mockery piles up
A Weather Channel meteorologist and field reporter tweeted a photo of a snowman in Nashua, New Hampshire, on Tuesday — and called it a "snowperson." Did he take Frosty's feelings into account? (Image source: YouTube screenshot)

Move on, Frosty: Weather Channel reporter calls snowman a 'snowperson' — and the mockery piles up

Frosty the Snowman cannot be happy about this.

Weather Channel meteorologist and field reporter Matt Seidel tweeted a photo of a snowman in Nashua, New Hampshire, on Tuesday — and called it a "snowperson."

"1st snowperson of the season and the 2nd snowfall in less than a week in Nashua, NH," Seidel wrote in text accompanying the photo.

He also thanked Matt Saffer, a multimedia journalist at the Weather Channel, "for the eyes, nose, etc."

How did folks react?

So, was Seidel joking? Was he serious? Whatever his motivations, the Twitterverse took issue — in a mostly fun-loving way — to Seidel's politically correct characterization.

 

(H/T: The Hill)

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Dave Urbanski

Dave Urbanski

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