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Monday, April 20, 2009

Seen In San Francisco: Happy 4:20 From the Most Apropos Bread Truck In the Whole City

Posted By on Mon, Apr 20, 2009 at 1:30 PM

Oh wow, man!
  • Oh wow, man!
Sorry, the above Vital Vittles truck, spotted on Church and Duboce, all too aptly describes the collegiate careers of many people we know.

As we noted earlier today, in addition to being Hitler's birthday (dark) and the first day of Dark Sky Week (very dark), April 20 is also marijuana aficionados' favorite self-serving excuse to smoke up (we're not judging; we also feel that possession of a bottle of good champagne is reason enough to celebrate).

With that in mind, the truck's reference to anything "baked" can be taken as an innuendo on this day of days. And while we're always a little worried that dropping a loaf of Vital Vittles could result in broken toes, suddenly we have a craving for some of their fresh bread ... Oh God! This is, like, the best bread, ever, man!

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Joe Eskenazi

Joe Eskenazi

Joe Eskenazi was born in San Francisco, raised in the Bay Area, and attended U.C. Berkeley. He never left. "Your humble narrator" was a staff writer and columnist for SF Weekly from 2007 to 2015. He resides in the Excelsior with his wife, 4.3 miles from his birthplace and 5,474 from hers.


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