I thought more like a two-fister with Jim Beam and rum fifths
just in case anyone is unclear on that it’s not so much the beer in his hands in this analogy, but the number of cases of beer involved.
So, as a Canadian, I am unsure how this American “snowflake” insult works, because, what kind of snow we talking? there’s flakes and there’s clumps, eh and Snowflakes All Fall In One of 35 Different Shapes
Combination of column & plane crystals.
Aggregation of snow crystals.
Rimed snow crystals.
Germs of ice crystals.
Irregular snow particles.
Other solid precipitation.