Bag Of Frozen Peas Resigned To Life In Freezer

Trinster's vegetables condemned to an eternity in the freezer.
Trinster's vegetables condemned to an eternity in the freezer.

A local bag of vegetables recently purchased at Meijer is widely expected to be stored in the back of a student’s freezer for the rest of it’s shelf life. Sources are saying that local sophomore Jeremy Trinster’s mother Susan purchased the bag of frozen vegetables after helping Trinster move into his off campus apartment.

“Oh Jeremy, this is so easy, all you have to do is throw these in a pan with some soy sauce and rice and you have a stir fry,” said Susan of the bag that would slowly be pushed behind frozen pizzas and various liquors. “You can also just microwave these and eat them as a snack after class.”

In addition to the bag of frozen vegetables, Trinster’s mother also purchased a bag of mixed greens and a bag of riced cauliflower, both of which are expected to wilt and be thrown out without second-guessing.

When asked about his future eating habits, Trinster commented that he’ll, “probably get around to eating it after my blue bucks run out.”

At press time, Trinster had taken a bag of frozen peas out of the freezer to remedy a bruise.

 

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