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25 Jan, 2016 00:06

#FrozenPants: Blizzard season spawns hot trend (PHOTOS)

#FrozenPants: Blizzard season spawns hot trend (PHOTOS)

People all over the snow-filled world are utilizing freezing weather conditions (and their surviving internet connection) to join the #frozenpants phenomenon.

When life gives you lemons, or in this case an off-the-charts blizzard, you make the most of it.

For the internet it means you make a Snowden snowman, go skiing through New York City or... freeze your pants into comical positions.

Come Sled With Us #Blizzard2016 #frozenpants

A photo posted by lesip (@lesip) on

Some Minnesotans, who are battling sub-zero temperatures and more than two feet of snow, seem to have fronted the trend – which mostly consists of people posting pictures of their pants appearing to walk by themselves with nobody wearing them.  

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Some call the trend “creepy” and some say they are the “coolest new lawn ornaments”, we’ll just leave these here and let you decide for yourself:


A photo posted by Tomoki Yamamiya (@tomo_swb7) on

A photo posted by 安藤 竜 (@andrew19741020) on

Invisible Davidson Family 😊❄️👖 #ghostpants #invisiblefamily #frozenpants #blizzardjonas

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A photo posted by @mellcy_com on

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