Frozen food is a lot like Guitar Hero. It makes you feel like you possess the amazing skills of a professional, when in reality you are just panicking your way through a sequence of five buttons. Or in the case of frozen food, pulling a few pieces of fish from a bag, dusting off a couple ice crystals, shoving them in the oven, and 30 minutes later enjoying a somewhat decent, albeit a little soggy, meal that took almost no effort to prepare. Honestly, I can see why they dedicated March to be National Frozen Food Month. And considering that my repertoire of dishes I can actually produce “from scratch” consists mainly of different varieties of cereal…lets just say I’m a huge fan.
I mean think about it. Where would America be without frozen food? The GPA of the average college student would take a definite hit. Jersey Shore ratings would plummet as housewives suddenly would find themselves with even less spare time than before. And there would be at least ten fewer documentaries out there on the various ways processed food causes obesity, heart conditions, excess limbs, and ultimately death. It would be a sad thing indeed.
Of course frozen food doesn’t just have to be about Hungry Man dinners, Totinos pizza rolls, or Hot Pockets. Frozen food, at least in my mind, also includes amazing things like fruit smoothies, ice cream, and apparently tantalizing walls of ice with veggies and fruit frozen in them. I’m almost positive that the child in the picture above probably has his tongue frozen to the ice. And I’d be lying if I said I couldn’t see myself doing the exact same thing. What can I say? Frozen food = amazing.
Even pigeons enjoy a good batch of frozen food from time to time.
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