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Wednesday, January 5, 2011

L.A. Food Truck Becomes Setting for Porn Flick

Posted By on Wed, Jan 5, 2011 at 8:27 AM

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Our favorite morsel from the blogs.

First it was banking ads, now it's porn. Blogs from HuffPo to L.A. Times' Daily Dish were all over yesterday's news about food trucks reaching an important cultural threshold: becoming a setting for adult films. Cal Vista and Cheeky Monkey's The Flying Pink Pig features Sunny Lane as the operator of an L.A. food truck who ― according to Squid Ink ― "must face the harsh realities of the food truck business." Presumably, there's more involved than Health Department inspections ― at least the kind we're familiar with. The film, due for release Jan. 25, was partly shot on an actual truck, L.A.'s Hello Kitty-pink Flying Pig. Director Erica McLean tells porn blogger Gram Ponante (NSFW, unless you work at Good Vibrations) there are already a couple of sequels in the works.

Of course, the collective mind of SFoodie staffers can't resist pitching a few titles for producers who might be looking northward for inspiration. Maybe an Off the Grid-like setting for Off the Pole? (Stripper pole, naturally.) How about 51st Stud? JapaHottie? Spencer on the Grow? And just think: Twirl and Dip, 3-Sum Eats, and the WOW Truck wouldn't even need name tweaks.

Follow us on Twitter: @sfoodie. Contact me at John.Birdsall@SFWeekly.com

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