Last month, D.C.’s snow envy was on full display as residents hoping for a presumably boozy day off work couldn’t hide their disappointment that all the snow fell on New York.

And now that D.C. finally got some snow of its own on Tuesday, it is getting some rightful snow-shaming from Boston, which is mocking our city-halting, 4 to 6 inches of snow. Boston, by comparison, has had nearly 60 inches of snow this month and 90 inches this season. (Some of these tweets come from people who now live in D.C. and are engaging in the common practice of complaining how D.C. handles the snow compared with certain other Northeast cities.)

Snowstorm Octavia arrives in the Washington area

BETHESDA, MD - FEBRUARY 17: February, 17, 2015 in Bethesda, MD. (Katherine Frey/The Washington Post)
Instagram users in Washington, D.C., posted photos and videos—some majestic and some just plain fun—following a mid-February snowstorm. (Sarah Parnass/The Washington Post)