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

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when I was about 5 my uncle told me that the ice cream truck was from the orphanage comming to take me away. When I eventually realized that it wasn't the orphanage truck he told me they only played music when it was sold out of ice cream. I only dicovered the truth when I was in my teens.

Anon
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When I was young my parents convinced me that the ice cream truck played music to tell people they were out of ice cream.

Dan
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My dad told me that when the music was on in an ice-cream van, it meant they were out of ice-cream.

Mattboy
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when I was young my mother told me that the ice cream van only played the music when they had run out of ice cream and for a couple of years I believed her. I have now forgiven her

gordon
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My Dad told my sister and I that if an Ice Cream Van was playing a turn it meant that it had run out of Ice Cream!

Anon
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A friend's mum told her that when the ice-cream van was playing music it had sold out of ice-cream!

Anon
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My mum would say, "when the ice cream man plays his tune, he has ran out of ice cream"

Anon
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when i was little i always wanted an icecream from the icecream van, and 2 stop my wanting them all the time, my mom told me that if the icream van was playing music, it had run out of ice cream....i didnt find out she had tricked me till i was 16 ...oh the shame!

Harriet
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I was 10 before I found out that ice cream vans played music to get you to come out and buy one: my mum and dad told me they only played the music when they had run out!

Philippa
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My dad told me that whenever the ice cream van played the familiar tune, it signified that they were out of the frozen goodies. I spent my childhood waiting for a van that had some.

Phtxx
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I believed my farther when he told me that the ice cream van only played music when it had sold out!

Anna
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When I was a wee nipper my parents insisted that when the ice cream man played his funky tune, he was actually out of ice cream. :-(

Anon
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My folks told me when Mr Whippy played his music he was compleletly out of ice-cream.

Anon
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my mum used to say that when the music was playing on the ice cream truck, it meant he had run out of ice cream.

Anon
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My father used to tell me that when the ice cream van played music, it ment it had run out of ice cream!!

uk
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My friends mum used to tell him that when the ice cream van had the music playing it meant he had run out of ice cream!

caroline
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When i was young my mom told me that when the ice cream man played his bells and songs it ment the ice cream was all gone. I believed it.

Lauren
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When I was young, upon hearing the ice cream van music my mum would tell me that it meant they had run out of ice cream. I didnt have an ice cream van ice cream for years.

Ben
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My mother and father told me that when I heard the ice cream van ring his bell, it meant that he had run out of ice cream

Matt G
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When I was a young child my parents told me that when the ice-cream van played music, they had run out of ice cream!

John
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