I am horribly confused by the whole food truck thing.
Since when has it become socially acceptable to consume anything other than hot dogs or soft pretzels, perhaps cotton candy, from a vehicle? Who the fuck thought it would be a good idea to pack an entire restaurant kitchen into a vehicle so you can serve food from it? Not only that...but who the fuck thought that this would be a good idea to do in Ohio? You know, land of all four seasons in one day...where it is not uncommon to have to wear snow boots, a rain coat, and a cardigan you could take off if needed over a short sleeved shirt all in the same work day?
Does the fumes from the gasoline or diesel add some kind of exotic flavor to the food? Is THAT why carnival food tastes so good? (I'm still asserting that it is because they never ever clean those kitchens, and you can't get that kind of seasoning with having served funnel cakes and Italian sausage for 30 years straight from a kitchen with a good scrub down on a regular basis, I tell you what...)
How the fuck do they get their deliveries? Like, truck to truck? And I'm a little skeptical that there is enough storage in those bad boys for a full week's worth of cooking...therefore necessitating a brick and mortar building, and also therefore negating the need for the fucking truck to begin with. Why do Americans think that we need to consume food that is basically gypsy in nature. I mean, I have nothing against gypsies per se...but I don't want to have to chase my food. I leave my hunting to my husband and just go to the fucking grocery store.
And even if the truck never moves...WHAT IS THE POINT? Why not just get a building? Why do you have to confuse and vex me so, food trucks? Why do you have to go and give me an existential crisis? Why am I so horribly confused by this concept?
WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?