Sunday, December 5, 2010
Some people say that Jack Frost came from Germanic folklore, and others say he came from Viking folklore. The Vikings had a character named Jokul Frosti, which means "icicle frost," so Jack Frost might be the English version of that.
Anyway, here's a little joke you might like:
What did Jack Frost say to Frosty the Snowman?
Have an ice day!
Hahahaha! Okay, maybe it's kind of dumb, but I thought it was funny.
by C.E. Pike
Look out! Look out!
Jack Frost is about!
He's after our fingers and toes;
And all through the night,
The gay little sprite
Is working where nobody knows.
He'll climb each tree,
So nimble is he,
His silvery powder he'll shake.
To Windows he'll creep
And while we're asleep
Such wonderful pictures he'll make.
He'll merrily pass,
And change all its greenness to white.
Then home he will go
And laugh ho, ho, ho!
What fun I have had in the night.