The Great Frustration - Frost Mountain Picnic Massacre Summary & Analysis

Seth Fried
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The story begins with the unnamed narrator describing that the annual Frost Mountain picnic always has a massacre and that every year it gets worse as more people die. The narrator described how last year they were blown up and that previous years they had been shot, poisoned with radiation, had poisonous snakes in the toilets and had hot air balloons that never returned. Yet these incidents were not enough to deter people from attending the picnic every year. The narrator described how the city’s residents would eagerly wait in the line for the boats to take them to the mountain to the north of their town and that once the mountain was in site they would convince themselves it would be different this year.

Every year after the picnic, the town’s residents swear that they will not return...

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