"So, is it a Sweet Ride?"

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I was stoked to see more non-hallucinogenic pastries being sold in Dolores Park this weekend but was shocked to discover that it wasn’t being done illegally.  Permits?  What?  You mean I’m paying tax n’ shit for cupcakes?  My world is crushed.

But seriously, the cupcake I had was incredibly delicious.  And, most importantly, the truck has spinning-hubcaps, which pretty much makes it the most awesome thing this side of Twin Peaks.

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3 Responses to “"So, is it a Sweet Ride?"”

  1. fluffy says:

    Well if it makes you feel any better it’s clearly parked illegally (in front of a fire hydrant).

  2. Mark says:

    Does anyone know the make and model of that type of truck?

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