The Weeknd's Still A Northerner At Heart

The Weeknd grew up in Toronto, so he is aware of a factor or two about harsh, cold-ass winters that require thick winter coats and Timberland’s, if you’ll. The “Call Out My Name” singer might have switched the Timbs for his self-designed PUMA boots and should principally reside in sunny Los Angeles, however he is nonetheless the identical previous House Ballons singer who will get nostalgic when there is a snowfall. 

Abel Tesfaye hit up Instagram at the moment and shared a photograph him strolling his canine in a snow-ridden metropolis that we assume is New York or Toronto contemplating that it is snowing in each cities as we sort this. “I can’t lie, I missed the hell outta this,” he wrote alongside the photograph. His Instagram story boasted some the identical photographs, with one video that confirmed him cruising down the streets enjoying the 1969 monitor “Laughing” by The Guess Who.

The Weeknd was in Toronto not too way back to launch his HXOUSE initiative, a expertise area designed to assist Canadian creatives and entrepreneurs get mentored and assisted as they flip their concepts into actuality. He introduced alongside his girlfriend, Bella Hadid, with him and carried out for an adoring crowd – test it out right here. 

That Moment You Realize Winter Is Behaving Like An Obsessed Ex-Girlfriend That Won’t Move TF On

In case you hadn’t noticed, it’s Spring and Mother Nature has not come through with that good, good yet. Watch comedian Tyhem Commodore put into perfect words how New Yorkers feel about the fact that it’s still snowing in April. Something’s got to give.

Thoughts? Model Says Jogging Naked In The Snow Will Keep You Looking Young

It’s time to throw away your moisturizers, creams, or any other home remedies you think keeps your skin healthy.

One Ukrainian woman has all the answers when it comes to health and skin care, and they involve flirting with freezing temperatures.

Meet Inna Vladimirskaya.


Along with being a model, sex educator, life coach and blogger, Inna sets aside time every weekend to jog in the snow.

Oh, and she swims in cold temperatures too, according to Metro.

“Immersion in cold water makes the blood rush to the internal organs, activating their circulation, which helps break down fat and improve muscle tone,” she said.


She also said the cold temperatures help with muscle and joint pain, and it rejuvenates her skin due to the increased oxygen supply.

“The walrus looks much younger than its actual age, because it spends so much time in cold water,” she said. “Humans can reap the same benefits if they are prepared to put the hard work in…I just make sure I don’t stay in the water too long, and as soon as I am out, I dry myself and go straight to my warm car.”

Well, I don’t know anyone trying to look like a walrus, but I think I’ll stick to my shea butter and select oils, thank you.

What do you think Inna’s routine? Too much, or bring on the cold?

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Snow Days As A Kid Vs. Snow Days As An Adult (As Told By Gifs)

Snow Days As A Kid Vs. Snow Days As An Adult (As Told By Gifs)

As a kid, glancing out the window to see a winter wonderland was one the greatest sights in the world. Seriously, what could be better than an extra day f?!

Unfortunately as you grow up, snow becomes a lot less magical. In college, snow days are few and far between and in the real world? Well, you can pretty much just forget about that. You’re forced to worry about things that your parents once took care – shoveling out cars, stocking up on the essentials and course, how the hell you’re going to get to and from work in the middle a blizzard.

In honor everyone out here grindin’ through this miserable weather, we’ve put together a look at snow days as a kid versus snow days as an adult.

Check it out.