The phrase Fogtober was coined by some clever Seattle area twitter user who was so fascinated by the fact that we have had 13 straight days of fog in October, that they thought inventing a term for it would be of interest to someone on twitter. Luckily their dreams came true when the weather guys on one of our local news broadcasts read their tweet on air. Their dream of doubling their twitter followers from 1 to 2 was realized by the miracle of being mentioned on the weather newscast. I don’t know what is scarier, fog in a movie that always means someone is going to die, or that a twitter user cared that much about the weather. Regardless, Fogtober has frights for all kinds of bitter people.
This is a really scary one for bitter farmers that fear being chased by people with frozen arms.
Scary for those that don’t like being bitterly accused of being murderers.
For those that have a fear of bitter janitors.
For those who are bitterly afraid of spiders.
And finally for those who are afraid of being unproductive.
Get out there and face your fears. I on the other hand, am going to sit on my couch all weekend afraid to get up from the couch because that will cause me to get some sort of motion and that clearly cannot happen. Bitter Fogtober to everyone.
Bitter Fogtoberfest Ben
- October 21, 2013 – Fogtober gratitude (dailydoseofgrattitude.wordpress.com)