When I was back in middle school all of us would have a popular Winter season dance every year still while in the Winter season break, it was a fantastic way for the school to warm up with the students, and a way for the kids to keep in touch during the break and participate in the fun involved with asking someone on a date. HOwever, for our friends and I it was mostly n chance to cause all sorts of school mayhem. Each time we would hide out around corners and pelt the innocent adults with snowballs, push kids in the snow banks, get into the lecturer’s lounge, and whatever other nonsense all of us could get away with. This current year there was an absurd storm that started right after the dance had gotten underway. We were all inside the school standing on opposite sides of the gymnasium while outside a blizzard was commencing, and by the time any of the chaperones realized that the weather necessitated immediately ending the dance, it was too late. The roads were completely covered with snow and ice and nobody could drive somewhere, however,luckily the school was well heated from the trusty old gas furnace in the basement and all of us were plenty warm inside. We just had to wait for the county snow plows to carve a path out of the highly abruptly accumulating mountains forming over the roads all across the region. We ended up being in there for the whole night and the chaperones even raided the cafeteria around midnight for food to eat. It was actually a lot of fun for us, though separate from that big gas furnace running all of us would have been totally frozen solid in no time.