Someone who tried to ram someone else’s snowman in Kentucky with their vehicle got a rude surprise when the giant snowman’s lower half turned out to have been built around a tree trunk. Doh!
Petersburg resident Cody Lutz said he built the 9-foot snowman in his yard with his fiancee, Lucy, and his future sister-in-law during the weekend.
Lutz said he and his co-designers decided to build the base of the snowman on a large tree stump in their front yard to give it some extra stability.
Lutz said he noticed some tire tracks in his yard a few days after the snowman was erected. The tracks indicate someone tried to drive through the snowman but was stopped by the stump.
“Instant karma!” Lutz told WXIX-TV. “It’s hilarious! You know, what goes around comes around, in good ways and bad ways. So, I guess everyone learns a valuable lesson here from Frosty.”
Be cool to people today and watch for the good instant karma. I think it is always there, but positive feedback from the universe is quite subtle at times.