We’ve seen a lot of crazy stuff since the snow started to fall on Friday afternoon. “Lizzard” warnings, holiday-themed snow plows and downhill skiing are just the tip of the snow-encrusted iceberg in Washington, D.C.

So here are the most awesome and most ridiculous things we’ve seen over the past four days. It doesn’t even include all of the cars that are buried beyond recognition, or the streets that haven’t seen the hint of a plow yet. It doesn’t include the giant mounds of snow that exist on nearly every street corner in the metro, or the hundreds of igloos they helped create.

First, the deer frolicking in the streets on Friday night were amazing.

This video, shot in Northwest Washington's Cleveland Park neighborhood on Jan. 23, shows deer frolicking in the snowy street. (Twitter/Laurie Trayers)

The “Lizzard” warning was hilarious.

The T-Rex shoveling snow had us rolling. He probably didn’t get much done with his teeny tiny arms.

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Posted by Amy Saxon White on Friday, January 22, 2016

The snow plows that got stuck in the snow — one of which the neighborhood decorated with holiday lights.

The guy who went out into the snow played the sax in lederhosen.

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Posted by Roger Garza on Saturday, January 23, 2016

Of course — #SNOWZILLA

The ingenuity!

The car that got turned into a stormtrooper.

Then the shed that got turned into a stormtrooper.

The people who wouldn’t bend to the storm.

All of the downhill skiers and snowboarders.

The amazing luge runs.

And the really intense sledding hills.

The snowball fights.

Elsa hanging out on 13th and S St. NW….

The non-snowzilla sculptures.

And the snowstands.