The city's food trucks have long competed to stand out by wrapping themselves in eye-catching artwork, but Seattle's newest mobile food operation, Fun Guyz, has pretty much got the competition wrapped up by skipping the truck altogether and setting up shop in a 37ft bus that used to be a working trolley car, but presumably doesn't still handle like it's on rails. The fact that before they opened a music factory, C&C supposedly ran a Trolley Express is one of those "Things That Make You Go Hmmm". Inside the trolley, the former engineer is in charge is cooking up a variety of eats, starting with a Thai Noodle Medley that gets its start with pan-cooked veggies. Next, they add noodles made with Steve Largent... aka, white rice. Then, FG throws in a bunch of marinated chicken, and the medley -- which presumably goes something like nom, nom, nom -- is complete. The food choices, however, are far from complete. The hand-formed mini-burgers try to ensure love handles don't sprout from your midsection by coming with healthy things like... um, sprouts. Plus, the bite-size spring rolls are named for the Thai woman who makes them by hand for Fun Guyz. Finally, they've got something called "Trieignets": peanut butter & jelly sandwiches dipped in batter and deep-fried, meaning the competition for most amazing dessert idea is pretty much wrapped up as well.