As food culture becomes more and more prominent, it comes as no surprise that the porn industry, ever attuned to popular trends, wants to ride (excuse every pun) the phenomenon.

Described as a "food truck parody," the soon to be released The Flying Pink Pig 2 features a cast of adult film greats (including Alexis Texas, who placed at #12 on our list of 2011's hottest porn stars). The byzantine plot involves a food truck and the conniving bastards (Ron Jeremy and Texas) intent on taking the truck for themselves. What does it mean to "take" a food truck? GTA? (Grand theft auto, not an acronym for a sex act—though it's probably that too).  

What does it mean to parody food trucks? Is the film parodying the foodie movement's fixation on mobile food? Is it parodying the idea of food served from a vehicle? Is that even something that's possible? Who else is stopping to think about these questions? If you have, please send us your thoughts.

The Flying Pink Pig 2 will be avaible on August 30.

And for those of you more interested in the food aspect of the story, the Flying Pig is a real food cart. In fact, the food cart sued the porn production company after the first installment of Flying Pink Pig dropped. The suit did not stop the release of the film.

Today, you can find the Flying Pig in Los Angeles, serving pork products to hungry people who may or may not be turned-on by eating food from a cart that's been parodied by porn.

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