|Oh shoot, I didn't finish that top kanji. It was supposed to be 福.|
But that's not really important. What's important for now is that the Japanese word for "snowman" is "yukidaruma". "Yuki" means "snow" and a "daruma" is a traditional doll that, like Weebles, wobbles but doesn't fall down. But daruma are more egg-shaped than two-balls-on-top-of-each-other-shaped, so that's why I decided to make an actual yukidaruma; a daruma made out of yuki.
Check out how mediocre it turned out! Even so, I worked hard on this thing, so its mediocrity isn't gonna stop me from sharing it.
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There's a banana for scale, but it's still in the kitchen and not in the frame.
|Building a daruma out of snow also exemplifies the Buddhist idea of impermanence.|