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BOTD 06-14-2014 A Blast from the Past - The Siren Call of the Ice Cream Truck 1972 - Kat Prod

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Skater


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A Blast from the Past – The Siren Call of the Ice Cream Truck – 1972
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Your nine-year-old son Toby has gone through all his pocket money for the week, but it’s a hot day and he can hear the ice cream truck coming down the street, playing Scott Joplin’s The Entertainer. The temptation is too much to resist, so he helps himself to the loose change in the pocket of a pair of your trousers. You catch him in the act. What happens next?

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Skater


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I think I will find a new use for the flip flops Smile


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AFinch


Sherrif
Ditto Skater.

If he'd only ASKED, I'd probably have given him the quarter, even if he'd spent his pocket money, but this is stealing. There's plenty of ice in the freezer though.

John Boy


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He gets his ice cream, and he repays it with his butt afterwards.

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1strappedboy


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Good grief; I'm sympathetic to a munchkin!! I'm beginning to think like them this week.  Rolling Eyes 

At nine, I can understand he has a "sense of urgency" when he heard the truck (thought he'd miss it).  Unless this was a repeat, I think we can have a talk about asking first.  If however, this isn't a one-off he's going to need that ice cream to cool his rear down.

Jack


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Change in pockets in the laundry is beyond ownership... I thought everyone knew that.  It's like finding a pirates treasure (I would say booty, but since I'm not spanking this time...).

Unless I'm still wearing them, he's not in any trouble.


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David M. Katz


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1strappedboy wrote:Good grief; I'm sympathetic to a munchkin!!  I'm beginning to think like them this week.  Rolling Eyes 

At nine, I can understand he has a "sense of urgency" when he heard the truck (thought he'd miss it).  Unless this was a repeat, I think we can have a talk about asking first.  If however, this isn't a one-off he's going to need that ice cream to cool his rear down.

Yep, what he said.


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Iconoclast


Trailboss
Jack wrote:Change in pockets in the laundry is beyond ownership... I thought everyone knew that.  It's like finding a pirates treasure (I would say booty, but since I'm not spanking this time...).

Unless I'm still wearing them, he's not in any trouble.

I agree!

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Stone Man


Marshall
David M. Katz wrote:
1strappedboy wrote:Good grief; I'm sympathetic to a munchkin!!  I'm beginning to think like them this week.  Rolling Eyes 

At nine, I can understand he has a "sense of urgency" when he heard the truck (thought he'd miss it).  Unless this was a repeat, I think we can have a talk about asking first.  If however, this isn't a one-off he's going to need that ice cream to cool his rear down.

Yep, what he said.

I add a Yep to DMK's Yep of Scouter Man.

kalico


Sherrif
Very Happy ....with jack!



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ivor


Marshall
I'm with Skateski

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MemoryMan


Sherrif
ivor wrote:I'm with Skateski
Me too - except my hand will be more effective than spongy almost weightless flip flops,

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Emlyn Morgan


Trailboss
The ice-cream man who comes down our road is from Sicily. The ice-cream is not the real ice-cream we used to get decades ago from a generation of Italians who came over here in the 1930s. It seems their recipes died with them. The modern stuff compares to the old like chalk and cheese: or Dairylea and a mature Stilton.

Anyway, I'm going to whack him.

squarecutter


Sherrif
I'm with Dimitri. I understand the urgency and temptation but this was not the right way. sometimes you will just have to let icecream trucks pass you by young man

Jack


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squarecutter wrote:I'm with Dimitri. I understand the urgency and temptation but this was not the right way. sometimes you will just have to let icecream trucks pass you by young man

I've never known why, but ice cream trucks were a rarity around here when I was growing up. Maybe it's because I usually hung out at other kids' homes, but I just don't remember it being common.

And why is it that, even though they sell the same things Mom could be in a box at the store, they always tasted better off the truck?


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squarecutter


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Jack wrote:
squarecutter wrote:I'm with Dimitri. I understand the urgency and temptation but this was not the right way. sometimes you will just have to let icecream trucks pass you by young man

I've never known why, but ice cream trucks were a rarity around here when I was growing up.  Maybe it's because I usually hung out at other kids' homes, but I just don't remember it being common.

And why is it that, even though they sell the same things Mom could be in a box at the store, they always tasted better off the truck?
 I know.  its amazing.  The only execption is (seems appropriate) Ninety nines which was the whipped up vanilla ice cream serve in a cone which was  always my favourite and came out of a machine rather than a packet. In the UK anyway these are often served with a cadburys flake.Appropriately a lot ogf these vans have Mr Whippy on the side!

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