If you thought you couldn't handle the polar vortex, then Winter Storm Anus will make you never want to leave the house.
When a Weather Channel meteorologist was trying to warn the country about Winter Storm Janus, he inadvertently stood in front of the "J" in Janus to make it appear as "Anus" during the broadcast.
In Roman mythology, Janus is the name of the god of beginnings and transitions. The month January was named in his honor. The storm name makes sense, but as soon as he stands in front of the first letter, the name took on a completely different meaning.
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