“Well it worked in Spongebob Squarepants, why can’t it work in real life?” asked the leader of the movement.

Sioux Falls citizens recently gathered to try pushing the city away from the impending snowstorm and it went exactly the way you probably thought it was going to.

“It was a complete disaster,” said one viewer of the event.

This is not the first time the movement has failed though.

Back in 2005 the same movement was responsible for attempting to take down the Zip Feed Mill to move to a local museum.

The group released a very ‘villian-esq’ letter to the public following the failed city move.

“You’re all going to be VERY sorry when we actually succeed in moving something. Just you wait and see!” read the letter.

The Sioux Falls Headliner has also learned that the Argus Leader will be attempting to sue the letter to find out the origin.

“It sounds like this person needs a good ole suing,” said a representative from the Argus Leader.

Sioux Falls remains unmoved and will endure the large snow storm.

The Sioux Falls Headliner
Adam K. White