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Cold comfort! They may be buried, but Bostonians can still see the funny side of their record snowfall
Boston continues to shiver under eight-foot high snow drifts
Some residents have woken up to discover their homes buried by snow
Others have taken the opportunity to have some fun during the freeze
The record-breaking snows provide new types of extreme sports
Although Mayor Martin Walsh has warned against jumping out of windows
Boston residents have kept their sense of humour despite facing record snow falls over the past month, closing the city and causing travel chaos.
With snowdrifts several feet deep across the New England area, some residents have seen their entire houses buried.
In some areas, more than eight feet of snow has fallen, with even deeper snow drifts being caused by strong winds.
Some parts of the city has seen 96 inches of snow over the past 30 days, which was prompted some locals to risk their lives in a range of hair-brained stunts.
The city's Mayor Martin Walsh has warned people against jumping from windows into massive piles of snow.
Walsh has publicly scolded those filmed participating in the jumps, saying: 'This isnít Loon Mountain. This is the city of Boston.'
Speaking at a press conference, Mr Walsh added: 'It's a foolish thing to do. And you could kill yourself. So I'm asking people to stop the nonsense.
'The last thing we want to do is have to report to an emergency call where somebody jumped out the window because they thought it was funny.'