"Polar Vortex." The two words just sound cold and foreboding, don't they? All this talk about the recent cold snap got me thinking... those two words used together are just pure awesome. Instead of a mere weather phenomenon, though, "Polar Vortex" could be so much more!
Doesn't it sound like it could be a flavor of one of those uber-minty gums? All I know is chewing a piece of Polar Vortex could totally freshen my coffee breath.
Maybe Funtown could open up a winter-only roller coaster called the Polar Vortex? Or Splashtown a winter-only watersli... ehhh, ok, maybe not. Let's stick with the rollercoaster.
I'm picturing a chilled vodka drink called the Polar Vortex (what's in it?)
"Polar Vortex" sounds like it could be one of those really hyped, really bad big-budget box office busts. Nicolas Cage would star in it.
I guarantee you a bunch of neighborhood musicians in Duluth, Minnesota just started a garage band yesterday called "Polar Vortex." In a heated, insulated garage, of course.
However, if someone wanted to use the term "Polar Vortex" for something, might I suggest a really tricky double-diamond run at Sugarloaf? C'mon, Sugarloafers, you know this is a good idea. There's plenty of room in the Snowfields for such a thing!
I'm so full of million-dollar ideas it makes me sick. Thank you for your time.