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An arctic finch (Plectrophenax, / Plectrophanes, nivalis)
common, in winter, both in Europe and the United States, and often
appearing in large flocks during snowstorms. It is partially white, but
variously marked with chestnut and brown. Called also snow bunting,
snowflake, snowfleck, and snowflight.
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1.Irritating old people who come down to Florida from Northern states, drive like maniacs, and should be illegal.
2.disgustin gold people from northern states who wear speedos on our beaches. God help us all.
PussyCat last edited by
Mostly [old people] from up north who flock to Florida every winter just to clog up roads with way too many people, Adding horrible driving to the already ghastly driving of most Floridians. They also make it impossible to spend less than 45 min. in Wal-Mart. While the locals are wearing 5 different layers during the 2 weeks of winter, those assholes are walking around in shorts commenting on how very warm it is. On occasion some of the younger ones bring down some killer [kine bud]. They also call soda, pop.
Sommer last edited by
A northern American that migrates to Florida during the months of October through April.
An elderly person who drives 1x10^25 too slow, and drives a huge, polluting SUV covered in war veteran stickers. And when they drive, their heads tend to disappear.
Someone who complains about the locals just because their lives are now obsolete and meaningless.
Someone who donates unfathomable amounts of money to funds that dont really need it (btw...thx).
Sommer last edited by admin
Elderly folk who escape from their cold native habitats to the warm and dry desert of Arizona from November-April every year. While local shopkeepers, innkeepers, and other employees of the service industry may tell them that their dollar is welcome, every native son and daughter of the desert prays for the day the temperature gets above 90 degrees. That is the point that people from the regions known as the Midwest, Canada, and the East Coast board their land barges, manufactured by companies such as Buick, Lincoln, and Winnebago and begin their trek back to the colder lands.
While the locals will tell the snowbirds that they are welcome, the are truly nothing more than intruders and interlopers in our fair desert home. They make up for 1/2 of the traffic during their season, yet they find every loophole to keep their vehicles registered out of state, thus forcing the locals to pay for all the damage that they cause to the road. They carry an arrogant attitude that says Im spending my money here, treat me like royalty.
Snowbirds would be considered little more than a harmless nuisance if it were not for the fact that they are allowed to drive here in Arizona. Local drivers here in Arizona (the ones with Arizona Tags) are scientifically proven to be the most hopelessly stupid people ever to sit behind a steering wheel. Unfortunately, add lost drivers with slowing revlexes, poor vision, and vehicles the size of small apartments and there is little reason as to why car insurance is so high out here.
Spotting Tips: Look for cheap diner-style resturaunts such as Villiage Inn or Dennys which serve food that can be afforded on a so called fixed income (whatever that is). The snowbirds can typically be spotted here. When approaching these parking lots, give the snowbirds a wide berth, as they will often perform a fifty-two point turn to get into their space. Their average time (this has been clocked) in successfully backing out of a space is typically four minutes and twenty three seconds, so if you are in a hurry, steer clear.
Sonia last edited by
Any northerner who migrates to southern states, namely Florida, during the winter months. Recognizable by poor driving habits, pale skin, and funny accents. Snowbirds can often be seen wearing shoes on the beach or blocking traffic by driving 5 under on major roads.