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Ice cream vans only play music when they've run out of ice cream

This section contains beliefs all on a common theme: Ice cream vans only play music when they've run out of ice cream. Show most recent or highest rated first or go back to ice cream vans.

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My parents told me that when I heard the song on the ice cream van it meant that all the ice cream had run out. For about 10 years I thought there was a huge shprtage on ice cream!

Anna Livesey
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a friend of mine believed what his mum said (rather cruel!) the noise an ice cream van made meant there was no ice cream left

gary
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my dad told me the icecream van played music when it was out of icecream

Anon
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When the ice cream van was playing a tune it had run out of ice cream!

Emma
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i was told that when the ice cream man sounded his song it meant that there was no ice cream left in his ice cream van.

Hannah
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When I was very little, the ice cream truck used to come by my house in the summer. My parents told me it was the 'music truck', and it came by to play music to all the little boys and girls. Naturally, I was heartbroken when my best friend told me that it was actually the ice cream truck. So I packed up my few belongings and 'ran away from home' (walked across the street), sat there on my suitcase for ten minutes, then decided to forgive my mom and dad and came back.

I was quite strange.

Maddie
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my mum used to tell me that whenever the Ice cream truck came along, if it was playing a song it meant they were out of ice cream! I believed this until I was 12!

Liza
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top belief!

I was well into my early 20's before I had an epiphany moment and realised there is no such thing as a musical bus. My parents had instilled in me the belief (from day one) that only adults could tell the difference between icecream vans and musical buses. I used to sprint into the house for confirmation, invariably disappointed as they cocked an ear to the distant chimes...

bemsy
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when i was little, my dad told me that the ice cream truck was actually the music truck so that i wouldnt ask him for some ice cream

Anon
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To stop me asking for a icecream each time the icecream van visited my local neighbourhood my mother used to tell me that when the van was playing music it ment that the icecream van was out of icecream.

Disciple of the Forest
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When I was little my mom would tell me that if the ice-cream man came down the street with his music blasting it meant that he was out of ice-cream and just warning the people not to come out and try to order any. I believed her for a long time and was deprived of many a summer night without my astropop!

Stephanie
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when i was little, my parents always told me that if the ice cream truck was playing music.. it was out of ice cream.

Anon
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My mum always told me that when the icecream van is playing music it means they're out of icecream. I used to be so disappointed that they were always out of icecream when they got to my street.

Nic
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Whenever an Ice Cream van went past playing loud music my parents told me that the ice cream man was playing an alarm to everybody meaning he had run out of ice cream!!! Now I'm 23 and use that one myself!!!

Aaron Moulder
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My friend's Dad told him that every time the ice cream van man played his jingle, it meant he had run out of ice cream

Raoul
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I heard a belief about a mother who used to tell hewr CHildren that when the ice cream van came down the lane playing the tune it meant he was out of ice cream! What an evil b***ch

Ice Cream Loopy
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My dad used to tell me that the jingle being played by the ice cream van was to tell people that he had sold out of ice cream for that day! Grrrrrr.

Graham
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my parents told me that when the ice cream van played his music he had ran out of ice cream i beleved them on one or two occsons

Katie
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My friend told her daughter that the icecream truck only played music when they were out of icecream. Another one told her kids that it was the music truck - driving around, just playing nice music for everyone..

jen
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When i was little i was told that when the ice-cream truck played music it meant that there was no ice-cream left.

Anon
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