Forget fixed gear bikes, thick-rimmed glasses and skinny jeans, how about a giant boob food truck where you can breastfeed? Now that's cool. …No, no, NO! You can't just wander in and grab a mouthful of giant boob, dudes. The Milk Truck is for women with babies. Sheesh.

Pink, blue and red-striped with a giant pink boob on the roof, the Milk Truck is a creation of artist Jill Miller of the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. Miller intended the truck to be a 'mobile breastfeeding unit' that creates a space where women nursing children can breastfeed in public without concern that someone will lose their mind — or take pictures — because they are allowing their child to eat.

We assume that Miller and her team will build another Milk Truck soon. As boobs go — even giant pink ones — you usually see them in pairs.

The day a festival of food trucks allows the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile and The Milk Truck to park near each other in wonderfully suggestive, mobile-feeding harmony, is the day we know that we truly live in a free world.