Graveyard of food vans

How sad it is to see shelves devoid of Mrs Macs Pies, sausage rolls and vanilla slices. A graveyard of food vans by Tullio, seen in Samson, apparently a Fremantle suburb. At least they’re not Jiffys, with ads for 6PR.

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17 Responses to Graveyard of food vans

  1. Snuff says:

    Ahem. Smoko vans, if you don’t mind.

    Food never came into it. It was always about the hot chicks who drove ’em.

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  2. Pete says:

    Police sources suggest this is part of an upcoming power struggle between rival gangs involved in the distribution racket. A greater police presence at the drags will be in force, along with additional speed cameras. That is all.
    Karlo

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  3. Natalia Fan #1 says:

    Gone the aromas
    Of yesterday’s fine repasts
    Chiko roll and sauce

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  4. Hugh Jass says:

    Nice collection of Chuck Trucks.

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  5. orbea says:

    Adele: “You can have my vote as long as you guarantee supply of dimsims and lamingtons. Oh and a packet of winnie blue thanks.”

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  6. Hugh Jass says:

    I bet these vans don’t have mobile EFTPOS.

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  7. David Cohen says:

    Where have all the food vans gone?
    Long lunch passing
    Where have all the food vans gone?
    Maccas killed them, every one
    When will they ever earn?

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  8. David Cohen says:

    Would I have to dress like a clown?

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