The image for Z-Mas 2013/2014
Description[edit | edit source]
Apparently this has a chance in hell.
Background[edit | edit source]
Making a snowball is nothing more than reaching down with your hands, scooping up a bit of snow, and then rolling it into a sphere! Kids have had endless fun being creative with simple balls of snow — smaller balls are used for snowball fights, medium-sized ones for forts and barricades, and large ones for snowy artistic creations! Who said winter was no fun?
The material needed to make snowballs can come naturally from the sky at the right temperatures, or made artificially in snow making machines.
Used for[edit | edit source]
Recycling products[edit | edit source]
Obtained from[edit | edit source]
- Likely scavenging locations
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The description is a reference to the idiom "snowball's chance in hell", used to refer to something that has a minimal chance of success.