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Winter's Coming: 9 NSFW Snowman Sex Pictures (That You'd Never See in Houston)

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Winter is here in full force, which means in Houston the temperature might be 65 degrees or it might be 30 degrees. If it does get freezing, though, it won't last long.

That means we miss the sheer joy of shoveling driveways, parking spaces in front of houses, and sidewalks. Of trudging frozenly through snow and tripping on ice.

Those are all good things to miss.

Some bad things to miss are skiing, sledding or skateboarding, and making snowmen. Especially pornographic snowmen.

In order to give you a taste of what we're missing here, we've gathered nine great snowman sex pictures from around the Web. After the first one, these are NSFW, so think before you click.

9. Let's give them something to talk about
The women in the background just can't turn away.

8. Hood ornaments
For god's sake, don't start the car until he finishes.

7. Snowbro
Playing to a camera that his hook-up probably has no idea about? Frat dude.

6. Bus Stop BJ
The sculptor gave the guy a six-pack -- for the ladies.

5. Office break
The harried snowman executive needs some relaxation every now and then.

4. It's not porn, it's art
You have to admire the way the sculptor uses the curves of the wall, especially since he was probably blitzed on Jaegermeister at the time.

3. Threesome, Part 1
Gender of the middle person: Indefinite. But very important to know, if you're a participant.

2. Threesome, Part 2
Better job on the middle person, but your porn-raised young`uns of today would probably call for some trimming and a wax.

1. And, of course, a snow penis
No winter is complete without one.


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