A foursome of Vancouver friends created the outline of a mammoth member in the fresh snowfall in the Downtown Eastside.
A video that has been circulating on social media shows four people dressed in all black making strategic slides and footsteps across the snow by the Victory Square Cenotaph.
The group starts by outlining the bottom of the phallic-shaped design and then working their way up the, erm, shaft.
Many people have commented that they thought the finished piece was going to be something completely different from a giant snow penis. Most of them were delighted with the final, funny creation, however.
This isn't the first time a phallic symbol has been erected in the city.
In 2021, a massive, fire-engine red penis was placed in a Lower Mainland playground for a film set.
But it wasn't the first stop-sign red member to make headlines.
In 2014, a bright red "Penis Satan" statue was erected one block north of Clark Drive and Great Northern Way, near the city’s iconic East Van Cross.
Vancouver weather creates ideal conditions for snowfall creations
Of course, numerous locals crafted more traditional characters after the city's first significant snowfall. There were plenty of snow doggos, snow people, and other cute critters.
A three-armed snowman and his dog pic.twitter.com/pUQzvEZdN8— Amanda Wong (@amandawtwong) December 1, 2022
Some people even made the most out of being stuck in traffic for several hours in Tuesday's snowstorm by hopping out of their vehicles and whipping up a little snow friend.
When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade -- and this individual made a frosty friend in a frustrating snowstorm.
In Vancouver, we make the best of bad situations. 2-3 hours in standstill traffic…on the first snowfall.— CanOpal (@can_opal) November 30, 2022
*sings* Would you like to build a snowman?#Vancouver #BCStorm #FirstSnow #AlexFraserBridge pic.twitter.com/NIi78grCTd
With a file from John Kurucz