Some of you may remember that there was a comic strip called Calvin and Hobbes. It featured what would be considered a very disturbed child with an incredible imagination. His imaginary (real?) companion was a tiger who only showed up when no other person was present. Otherwise, he looked like a toy stuffed tiger. Hobbes was the voice of sanity in the script.
Every winter, with the first snowfall, Calvin would go out and build snowmen. Oh, but they were not nice snowmen. No, Calvin would always create a horror of snowmen. Snowmen depicted terrible scenes, that would drive the father to distraction every time he saw them.
Apparently, some who grew up reading the comic have decided to keep Calvin’s legacy alive in real life. The picture above shows but one example of this type of snowman building. If you want to see more real-life Calvin-like snowmen, you only have to go to http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/12/26/calvin-and-hobbes-snowmen_n_4498318.html?utm_hp_ref=mostpopular and enjoy yourself.
Have fun, remember Calvin and Hobbes, and I would suggest having a companion in the house when you go to sleep that night.