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I was told that the ice-cream man fills his ice-cream pushcarts with boys who were caught being naughty.
Until i mustered enough courage and sufficient height to steal a look into one of these boxes, i avoided him with great tact (or so i thought!)
When I was little my mom told me that the ice cream truck was a music truck and it played nice music for people
When I was about 6 or 7, I asked the ice cream man where he lived, he joked saying that he lived in his truck to keep the little lollys with faces company. I believed him until one day when I was about 11, I saw him driving in a car other than the ice cream truck. Needless to say, I felt betrayed for a while before I realized he was just trying to be funny
My mom used to tell me when the ice cream truck came it was the one with chile ( that is really spicy in spansh and i didnt like spicy food ) so i would say " really? ohhhhh yuck " and then i would go back in side. its was a long time before i found it not true. thx mom
I used to think buying ice ceam from the truck was the same as taking candy from a stranger, so I had to be very, very careful of the bad man in the truck. I had to buy it when my mom wasn't around so she wouldn't know I broke the rules.
my mum used to tell me when i was a lil boy that if the icecream van was playing music that it had run out of icecream and was only selling ciggerets, and i belived her
when i was younger my mum used to tell us that the ice-cream van was a monster so when ever it came we used to run in side and hide
Well when I was little we had an icecream woman. Then one year she stopped coming around with the ice cream and brought vegetables instead. My babysitter said it was because people like vegetables better than ice cream
When I was younger and I heard about that there where strange things happening at area 51. I thought that ice cream vans where made. lol
my dad told me that ice cream vans only play a tune when they're driving away.
i only figured this one out by standing watch at the gate for hours until one came along and then i realised the truth
My mum used to tell me that when the Ice Cream van came round, it was for "children whos mummys couldn't afford a freezer", so that I didn't get her to buy me anything.
When I was younger me and my older brother, Edward, belived that the ice cream man would secretly put drugs inside the lollies etc...and it wasnt only us who believed that it was the whole neigbourhood yeah it was pretty weird...
Once when I was little I heard loud electronic music coming from outside. At first I thought it was an ice cream truck but then a voice called out "Hello!" So then I thought it was someone's noisy toy. My mom correctly identified it as an ice cream truck but I thought, "Since when do ice cream trucks have a voice saying 'hello'?"
I used to believe that the ice cream man solely played music. When i was growing up, my mom never wanted to buy me ice cream, so she just told me it was the "music man". whenever we heard the music from the ice cream truck, we would all get quiet and tell the other "Listen, its the music man!". It was a tragedy in 6th grade when i found out there was ice cream in that truck.
My parents used to tell me that the particular ice-cream man that serviced our neighborhood spit in all his ice-cream.
my friend told me that if you looked up at the stars at midnight and said "ice cream man" 3 times , you would find a bloody bullet in your ice cream the next day. i tried it and i thought i saw the bullet but it was just a strawberry.
i used to beleive the ice cream man was a fish man - becuase i hated fish.
When i was little my older brother told me that the ice cream man was bad and if i went up to him and asked for ice cream that he would kidnap me and take me away. i was scared for years
I used to believe that the "music truck" came to our neighborhood to play tinny little tunes over its loudspeaker. This isn't my fault, it's what my parents told me. I was pretty upset and amused when I later found out that while all the other kids were getting ice cream, I was just getting music.
My mother always told my brother and I the ice-cream from the ice-cream truck or the "Dicky-Dee Man" (as we called it in Canada) was poisoned and we would get sick if we ate it. This was her "being cheap" effort to never buy it for us. But funny how when another kids parent from the neighbourhood bought it for us we never got sick or died???!!!!