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Street Art: A birthday snow sculpture keeps Morrison sexy

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After the recent snowstorm, a mysterious someone built a snowman around the parking sign outside the Bradley Sinclair in downtown Morrison. It wasn't quite street art, though, until one of the gas-station graveyard-shift workers by the name of Chris decided to prepare a birthday surprise for his colleague, Kerry -- this sexy snow lady he created during his overnight shift.

That's dedication -- and friendship -- right there, people: How many of your co-workers would toil outside in the bitter cold to create a snow maiden like this for your birthday? That's what we thought.

Here's another look at the lady in question:

Isn't she lovely?

Kerry, whose birthday was yesterday, was appropriately thrilled by the gesture. "It was awesome," he says. "I came in yesterday morning and was like, 'Wow! Cool!'"

Literally cool.

So if you're passing through Morrison, stop in and wish Kerry a very happy belated birthday (and take advantage of a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get your photo taken with this gorgeous example of womanhood).

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