Where’d we be without peas?

We interrupt the photojournal odyssey with a letter from the Eastern Daily Press. The correspondent is a lady from Gorleston, which is a small resort town on the coast.

Where’d we be without peas?

May I take this opportunity to give thanks to the pea lorry drivers in this region? These drivers work tirelessly and conscientiously showing great patience and consideration in their job, which involves driving throughout the day and night. Their job is to deliver the freshly picked peas from field to cold store in a very short period of time, so that we may enjoy freshly frozen peas whenever we wish. So when you enjoy your fresh frozen peas, give thought to these drivers.

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5 Responses to Where’d we be without peas?

  1. markelt says:

    Doesn’t she mean ‘bees’? As in Einstein or whoever said, once the bees go, maknkind has got four years, or whatever?

    What would bees be doing, driving around in the backs of lorries?

  2. markelt says:

    …frozen?

  3. chiffs says:

    Pealess?

  4. calvininjax says:

    “What would bees be doing, driving around in the backs of lorries?”

    More to the point, what would they be driving? VW Beetles perhaps?

    I’ll get me coat.

  5. OS. says:

    !!!!!!!???????

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