Is frosting the coolest trend so far Facebook group takes pictures of themselves in summer gear posing in freezing conditions
18:27 GMT, 16 December 2012
If winter's already getting you down, you might want to resort to the latest Facebook trend and pretend the temperature can't stop you.
Frosting — not to be confused with past trends like planking, porting or milking — means dressing up in your summer gear and snapping pictures of yourself re-creating your favourite summer activities, even though the snow might be deep on the ground.
The trend began last winter in Montana, when a group of locals got fed up with snow and decided to get their summer clothes out and pretend it was a balmy June day.
A topless take on the frosting trend: this froster looks to be enjoying his sub-zero handstand
Beer, vodka and board games: All you need for the classic frosting experience
Downward dogs: A yoga fan and her corgi companion get in on the frosting trend
They set up a Facebook fanpage, Frosters Anonymous, and snapped pics of themselves wearing shorts and bikinis doing activities usually reserved for the summer.
Photos of frosters playing golf, kayaking and even sun bathing, all with piles of snow around them, soon lit up the web — and some enthusiasts even stripped fully to show the cold couldn't keep them down.
The trend soon spread to other wintry outposts around the world, and the Facebook page now have thousands of likes, with submissions rolling in from around the States, Germany and Eastern Europe.
Below you'll find our selection of the best frosting pictures so far. Hope for a while Christmas in Britain might be fading, but there will be plenty of snow on the web.
Frosting can be fun for all the family, and beach toys can be especially useful
Might be hard to find the golf ball in that white-out: Another summer hobby gets the frosting treatment
Make sure you warm up before attempting any wintry Twister acrobatics
Might be difficult to see the ping pong ball with a foot of snow on the table
A hard day's frosting can definitely tire you out. Just make sure you don't spend all night out there
This froster knows how to spend his snowy evenings
The trend, which started last winter in Montana, has now gone viral, with submission coming in from all over the world
The trends that started it all: milking, left, was popular with students before porting, right, took over