The Christmas season is over, but that doesn't mean you can't still decorate your yard to honor the (often uncomfortable) freezing weather of January.

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Sherry Hancock, from Cokato, Minnesota--a town in Wright County--decided to take her homemade decorations to the next level in 2022.

Now, that's truly something you do not see every day.

I do not know what to believe. Did Sherry stage these top-less figures herself, or did some brave souls venture outside in long johns and accidentally freeze to death?

The world may never know.

It seems Sherry and her family had a lot of fun in the cold as they got rather creative.

It seems these two frozen figures are celebrating the New Year, perhaps, with pasta and champagne. They must've not liked the egg option below.

Even though the cold gets merciless in Minnesota, you got to appreciate those who take advantage of the winter chill.

If you'd like to create your own 'ghost pants,' you easily can.

All you have to do is dip pants into very warm water, position them outside in extremely cold weather, and wait for the chill to take over.

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The process is very similar with spaghetti. Boil a pot of noodles, bring them outside while they are still hot, hold the fork and watch the magic happen.

You can even experiment with eggs as well. This Youtuber demonstrates how to complete this challenge with minimal time outside.

If you attempt to 'decorate' your yard in this uniquely Minnesotan way, be sure to share them with us on Facebook.

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