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After Aftermath: Foreveruary

Like most Canadians, the Pattersons really don't like winter especially much. The short, depressing days, the dim light, the snow, the cold and all of that really get them down. Given their unusually cranky and petulant nature and non-stop entitlement, it shouldn't come as too much of a shock to realize that they probably perceive the shortest month in our calendar as dragging on a lot longer than something like May or August. To them, it must feel as if it's taking forever for the warmth of Spring to arrive to liberate them from cold and each other's oppressive company.

This means that were they in charge of naming months, they'd indulge their love of childish wordplay and call February something like "Forevruary" to highlight their need to yell "Okay, Winter....We've had ENOUGH!!" at the sky in the vain hope that throwing a tantrum while holding an ice scraper will actually get results.
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