Archive for the ‘Blackberry’ Category

Plug-and-Play Wednes­day One-Lin­ers

Fe­male tv & ra­dio pro­duc­er: I don’t un­der­stand how women can have kids to­day when there are Black­ber­ries.


Over­heard by: Yalie09

Man to woman at bar: That’s the beau­ty of freez­ers!

–Bar, 13th St

Woman, to no­body in par­tic­u­lar: Ex­cuse me, but does any­one know how to use a Black­ber­ry? I just got it to­day.

–Long Is­land Rail­road

Girl on cell: It’s not my fault, it’s the tech­nol­o­gy.

–W Hous­ton & Hud­son St

14-year-old boy to moth­er: She spends hers on books, mark­ers; on beads for her hair; I spent mine on this PDA to or­ga­nize my life!

–F Train

Over­heard by: ap.scigaj

Hmm, Ac­cord­ing to This, It’s a Mu­si­cal

Guy: Wait, what part of New York is Chica­go in?
Girl: What?! Chica­go is­n’t in New York! Chica­go is its own state.
Guy: No, it’s not a state! It’s called the “windy city.“
Girl: Oh, right. I guess it is in New York then.
Guy: Yeah.
Girl: Hang on, I’ll look it up on my black­ber­ry.

–Ford­ham Uni­ver­si­ty

The Wednes­day One-lin­ers Class Strug­gle

Hip­ster girl: She was all, “Yeah, Bet­sy is my best friend,” and I was like, “Best friend? That is so fuck­ing bour­geois.”

–L train

Girl: I know you made it. Look at you. You got a Black­Ber­ry. Yeah, you made it. You got that good-smelling leather.

–El­e­va­tor, 12th & 5th

Over­heard by: Thirsty Vi­o­let

Pro­fes­sor la­dy: Yes, we’ll be go­ing in­to debt a lot as the se­mes­ter goes on.

–Par­sons School of De­sign

Over­heard by: Ray

Teen boy: Any­one on this train wan­na buy some can­dy? It’s not for a bas­ket­ball team or some­thing, it’s for me so I can buy more can­dy.

–2 train

Over­heard by: Sarah

In­ter­com: Please take a head­set be­fore you get on the plane, be­cause they’re free now. They’re ac­tu­al­ly free once you get on the plane, but I charge $50 la­bor for bring­ing them to you once you’re on. So it’s in your best in­ter­ests to take one now. Can you tell I’m a hap­py per­son?


Chick: I’m not even gonna try ap­ply­ing for a Gap card; they’ll nev­er give it to me. I don’t know what it is about Gap; they al­ways know if you have bad cred­it.

–The Gap, 34th & Broad­way

Over­heard by: Di­ano­ra

Tween boy: What do you mean, I can’t get any­thing? I’m the one with a job.

–Key Food, Park Slope

Over­heard by: Shack