10 Hilarious Posts About Winter That Will Make You Forget the Miserable Cold

Whether you like the cold or not, we can all agree that winter comes with a handful of struggles. From shoveling snow to driving on ice, wintertime can be quite the challenge. Check out 10 of these funny tweets to help you make it through the cold and dark winter!

1. Each day feels like it will never end.

Going to bed at 7:00 PM suddenly becomes a normal thing in the wintertime.

2. Time to update your Tinder bio.

All reasonable requests.

3. Good times abound, especially for this twitter user, who really likes hot chocolate.

It’s marshmallows or die.

4. The ultimate form of cardio.

Doritos are worth the walk.

5. Time to hibernate.

The only right way to take on winter.

6. Breaking news:

Join the club.

7. Now THAT is cold.

The things we do for love.

8. Ah yes, seasonal depression.

One ticket for depression town, please.

9. It’s called fashion, look it up.

It’s time to stock up the sweaters.

10. The light at the end of the tunnel.

The best bra-less season.

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Travel Facts - Things to know when going to Mexico

  1. Mexico has a vast and colorful history, so make sure to add a visit to your bucket list. When you do go, though, take note that their restroom door labels may be a bit confusing. M doesn't stand for Males, but for Mujeres, meaning ladies.
  2. When you get to Mexico, you will be given a piece of paper along with your stamped passport. It serves as your break-away paper, which will be asked for when you leave the country. In the event that you do lose it, you'll be required to pay a fine.
  3. Mexico is huge but it has an exemplary bus network that could get you to where you need to be. There are different classifications of buses that have corresponding prices. The Primero and Platino are first-class buses that offer comfy seats and restrooms.
  4. Other than beaches, there is a lot to explore in Mexico. Check out the beautiful countryside, canyons, mountains, plateaus, fishing villages such as Celestun, and small, old-fashioned towns such as Valladolid.
  5. Mexican time means 35-45 minutes after the agreed time. Basically, you should not expect anything or anyone to be on time. It's best to embrace their concept of time and use it as an opportunity to cultivate patience. Otherwise, you'll end up getting constantly frustrated.

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