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My friend James's mum told him that when the ice-cream van played a tune it meant it had run out of ice-cream, genius...
The music on a icecream van meant he had run out.
My Sister Alison Used to tell me that if the chimes were ringing on the ice cream van it meant they had run out !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
i used to believe that when the ice cream van played the tune it meant that there was no ice cream left!!!
I used to believe that whenever an ice cream van passed by and played its music, it meant that the vehicle had completley sold out of ice creams
I was told that when the ice cream van came around, if he was playing music (which he always was to announce his arrival), it meant he had run out of ice cream - how cruel was that!!!
My parents told me that when the ice-cream van played its music, it meant that they had run out of ice-cream and lollies
When I was little my parents would tell me that when the icecream man played music that there was no icecreams left!
my friend's parents said whenever the music played on the ice cream van, that meant they'd run out and had no icecream left. cruel!
My mum told us that when Mr Wippy (the ice cream truck) played his music he was out of ice cream and as he always played when he came down our street I never got one!!!
A friend of mine was told by his parents that the icecream van only played it`s tune when it had RAN OUT
When I was young, my Dad told me that when the Ice Cream Van play's' music then there's no Ice Cream left - how mean lol
My Mum told me that the Ice Cream man played his music to let everyone know he had run out of of Ice Cream! Penny Pinching Old Moo! I love her really!
My sister and I were told by our mum that when the ice cream man came into our street with his chimes going on the van, well, sorry, it means he's run out of ice cream :o(
This misleading information lasted a day.
I used to believe that when the ice-cream van man came around the neighbourhood, the jingle meant that he had run out of ice-cream. This is what my parents used to tell me. Is this bad parenting I wonder?
During the summer months a van would come round our housing estate selling icecreams. On entering the estate it would play music over the tannoy to announce its arrival. My mother explained to me that when the van played its music it ment that the van had run out of icecreams!
a friend told me once that, when she was a kid, her mum told her the jingly-jangly music noise that came out of the back of ice-cream vans meant they had run out of all their ice-cream. nice.
To avoid constant pestering for ice creams, my Dad told me that if the ice cream van played its tune it meant that they had run out of ice creams!
I told my nephew that when the ice cream van played a tune it meant he was out of ice cream. He believed it.
My dad would tell me that if the ice cream van was playing a tune it meant that he had no ice cream left. Duh!