D.C. braces for the “snowquester”
For the past three months, the nation’s capital has escaped much of the harsh winter weather that has been hitting most of the country. As its first real storm of the season approaches, the Washington Post and many around Capitol Hill are dubbing the winter storm the “snowquester.” Since the term gained momentum, it is already beginning to trend on Twitter. Here are some of our favorite tweets regarding the “snowquester.”
Washington DC – what a bunch of wimps. Threat of snow tomorrow and everyone is in high panic. #Snowquester
BREAKING: Woodward says he was threatened by the #snowquester.
I am now officially prepared to hate the word #Snowquester for the next 4 days.
We could avoid this Snowquester if Washington politicians would just reach a grand bargain on Snowtitlement reform and closing loopsnows.
There’s a storm coming Wednesday and they’re already calling it Snowquester.And by “they,” I mean horrible people.
Potential for snow in DC this week & the storm already has a Twitter name: Snowquester. This is a town that relishes its dorkiness
Snowmageddon > Snowquester (barely)
seriously, “snowquester?” just stop son. stop.