Which is more fun to do in the snow make a snowman or have snowball fight??? AND WHY????
A snowball fight....because it gets everyone laughing in short order and it is great exercise!
For me making a snowman would be more fun than a snowball fight. This is because I don't really know how to make a snowman; I'd love to work on that project with someone or someones (plural) who know how. I already know how to throw snowballs -- not that snowball fights aren't fun, they are.
But for me, the unknown, I think, because it is unknown would be more fun.
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