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Have you been out frolicking in the snow, laying down and wildly moving your arms and legs up, out and down (otherwise known as snow angels) or piling huge snowballs one on top of each other? No? Us either. We mean, it is cold outside. The thing is, Britain doesn’t get as much snow as we do here in the U.S. and it’s not promised to come every year. So, when it snows, that white fluffy wonderfulness is not wasted. We’re going to take the warmer route and live vicariously through these 17 snaps of snowmen popping up in the U.K.:

Robbie aged 2 1/2 and is sister Clara roll a snow ball as they make a snowman near Westminster Abbey, in background, in London, Monday, Feb. 2, 2009. Britain's capital ground to a halt on Monday after an overnight snowstorm _ the worst in 18 years _ blanketed the city and caused hundreds of flight cancellations and nightmare commutes.(AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
This two-and-a-half-year-old and his older sister seem to know what they’re doing near Westminster Abbey in London. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
A Humboldt Penguin at Blair Drummond Safrai Park in Stirling Scotland pecks at the carrot nose of a snowman that the staff at the safari park built Tuesday Jan. 18, 2005. Snow swept through Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern England Tuesday with as much as 10 inches falling in central Scotland. (AP Photo/PA, Andrew Milligan) ** UNITED KINGDOM OUT MAGS OUT NO SALES **
This might be considered a “job hazard” when making snowmen, beware of hungry penguins as seen at Blair Drummond Safari Park in Stirling Scotland. (AP Photo/PA, Andrew Milligan)
A boy makes a snowman in Green Park in London, Sunday, Feb. 5, 2012. Snowfall and freezing weather conditions across the country are causing disruption to transport, with ice across much of Britain. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)
This snowman seems to be in better spirits at Green Park in London. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)
Winter weather - Jan 21st. Children taking part in The House in the Junction community project to decorate snowmen in Ruskin Park, Camberwell London. Picture date: Monday January 21, 2013. Photo credit should read: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire URN:15593115
The House in the Junction community project added a splash of color to their snowmen at Ruskin Park in Camberwell London. (Anthony Devlin/PA Wire)
Winter weather Jan 20th. People building a snowman in St James Park, central London. Picture date: Sunday January 20, 2013. Photo credit should read: Yui Mok/PA Wire URN:15583823 (Press Association via AP Images)
What’s better than one snowman? Two! These guys got into the spirit at St James Park in central London. (Yui Mok/PA Wire)
Winter weather.Lecky (left) and Lucy (right) cuddle their snowman on the snow covered beach in Brighton. Picture date: Friday December 18, 2009. Heavy snow brought travel chaos to Britain today, with flights cancelled, roads closed, motorists stranded in their cars and rail services disrupted. See PA story WEATHER Snow. Photo credit should read: John Stillwell/PA Wire URN:8144624
Snowmen may bring friends together. This is one cold group hug in Brighton, England. (John Stillwell/PA Wire)
Winter weather.Conservative leader David Cameron and Carol Vorderman help a child build a snowman in Victoria Tower Gardens near the Houses of Parliament in central London. David Cameron is unveiling a package of proposals aimed at improving numeracy, including a maths task force headed by former Countdown host Carol Vorderman. See PA story EDUCATION Maths. Picture date: Monday February 2, 2009. See PA story Photo credit should read: Katie Collins/PA Wire URN:6832277 (Press Association via AP Images)
PM David Cameron and Carol Vorderman aren’t deterred by the cold and help a child build a snowman in Victoria Tower Gardens in central London. (Katie Collins/PA Wire)
A snowman sits on a bench on Hampstead Heath in London, Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013. Britain has been in the grip of cold snowy weather since the weekend . (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
Snowmen need to take a seat every so often, like this cool dude in Hampstead Heath in London. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
People walk past a snowman lying on the ground backdropped by Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament's clock tower, in Parliament Square, London, Monday, Feb. 2, 2009.(AP Photo/Akira Suemori )
And, of course, there are snowwomen. This lovely lady seems to be taking a kip near Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament’s clock tower, in Parliament Square. (AP Photo/Akira Suemori)
Snowmen can take a scary turn like this Doctor Who-inspired snowman sent in by a U.K. fan. (FB)
The DW snowmen are popping up left … (FB)
… and right. (FB)
Do we need to say it ... don't blink! (FB)
Do we need to say it … don’t blink! (FB)
A snowman is seen in the middle of The Mall as traffic passes by, London, Monday, Feb. 2, 2009. Heavy snowfall in much of Britain caused widespread travel problems throughout the country Monday morning, causing hundreds of flight cancellations and rush hour chaos in London. In the background is Buckingham Palace. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
On a happier note, this smiley guy is seen in the middle of The Mall as traffic passes by in London, giving drivers a giggle. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
A snowman Snow and sledging in Brockwell Park, London, Britain - 20 Jan 2013 (Rex Features via AP Images)
This goofy guy is well accessorized in Brockwell Park in London.
(Rex Features via AP Images)
A snowman stands near the Palace of Westminster, after snowfall in central London, Thursday Feb. 8, 2007. Five British airports were closed and train services disrupted after heavy snow fell in England and Wales. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
Unfortunately, as the warm weather comes, we have to say goodbye to our new friends, like this poor snowman melting away near the Palace of Westminster in central London. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
Caulfield and Hume at Tate Britain. A visitor looks at 'Back of a Snowman(White) 2000' by artist Gary Hume during the press view for Patrick Caulfield and Gary Hume at Tate Britain, Linbury Galleries, London, which opens to the public from 5 June - 1 September. Picture date: Monday June 3, 2013. Photo credit should read: Nick Ansell/PA Wire URN:16699895
Artist Gary Hume has created a snowman, called “Back of a Snowman”, who we can hang with all year, seen here at Tate Britain in London. 
(Nick Ansell/PA Wire)

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