Ice cream vans only play music when they've run out of ice creamThis section contains beliefs all on a common theme: Ice cream vans only play music when they've run out of ice cream.
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...
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...
When I was little, my cousin lived with us. We were six months apart in age. My mother told us that the ice cream truck was actually the music truck and would say "Isn't it sweet how they drive through the neighborhood to play music for you?" It wasn't until we started school that we learned what it really was.
My parents told me that when the ice cream van was playing music, it means he's run out of ice cream :(
I used to believe that if the ice cream truck was playing music, it had sold out of ice cream.
a friend from school belived that when the ice-cream van played its tune, it meant that it had run out of ice-creams. this was a cruel trick by tight-arsed parents.
My dad told me that ice cream vans only play music when they have run out of ice cream.
Due to my mother being a devout nutritionist, I used to believe that the ice cream truck that drove around the neighborhood in the summer was actually a music truck. When I asked my mother why kids would run up to the truck, she plainly stated "They are requesting music."
when i was a little ankle biter, in the summer when the ice cream van used to patrol around the neighbourhood it used to play the music, well whenever the music played my evil father used to tell me that that meant they had run out of ice cream, so everytime it came past it always played the music and i used to laugh at all the other kids run up to it thinking they'd be getting ice cream, it made me feel so clever, how wrong was i!
I used to believe that the Mr Whippy van played the Greensleeves music when he had sold out of all the icecream! My father was such a cheap bastard.
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!!!
A friends mum's told us that ice cream vans played their tune only when they were empty. It was like a siren so people would stay out of their way while they went and collected more ice cream.
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!
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
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!
my mum use to tell me and my brother that when the ice cream man drives around with the tunes on, it means he's out of ice cream and the song is to say sorry.
same for the candy floss man ringing a bell
My parents are evil. You know when the ice-cream van plays that really annoying song? That means that it's run out of ice-cream. I bear the mental scars to this day.
When my friend was young his mum and dad told him that when u hear the ice cream van man playing his tinkly music,that meant that he'd run out of ice cream!
Poor boy couldnt got really dissapointed every time he heard it "oh no hes run out again...."
My Mum told me that when the icecream man played his music it meant that he had run out of icecream!
When I was little my mum told me that when the Mr Whippy icecream van was playing his song it meant he had sold out of icecream.