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Not “I’ll Fuck You” Good, But Good Nonethe­less

Con­struc­tion work­er #1 to hot girl: Damn ba­by, did it hurt? You know, when you fell from heav­en?
Hot girl: (looks back and rolls her eyes)
Con­struc­tion work­er #2: Your name must be Can­dy ’cause you look so sweet!
Hot girl: (looks back and rolls her eyes again, laugh­ing a lit­tle)
Con­struc­tion work­er #3: Nice shoes, wan­na fuck?
Hot girl (laughs hys­ter­i­cal­ly): That’s got­ta be the best I’ve ever heard!

–65th & Broad­way

Over­heard by: Right to the point. Nice.

Wednes­day One-Lin­ers Are Out the Door Be­fore the Con­dom Comes Off

Build­ing work­er on cell: Like her? No, I don’t like her. I have to like every girl that I bone? Ter­ri­ble? Why is that ter­ri­ble?

–52nd St & 6th Ave

Over­heard by: blat­to

Guy on cell: I’m look­ing for some­one to, ex­cuse my lan­guage, fuck, not just have sex with.

–Man­hat­tan Ave

Over­heard by: Ja­son

Eu­ro­trash: So then I felt bad be­cause he could­n’t guess who I was and so I gave him a hint. I told him I would meet him at six o’­clock at the mo­tel, be­cause you know, that was like our place!

–34th St & 5th Ave

Guy: You sleep with them once and they ex­pect you to bring your tooth­brush and loofa over the next time.

–Tad’s Mon­tana

Over­heard by: Mishen

Girl on cell: Re­mem­ber how I was talk­ing to that guy in Lon­don? Well, he’s com­ing to vis­it for five days. Yeah, it’s gonna be fun. I’ve de­cid­ed, af­ter he leaves, I’m not go­ing to talk to him any­more. What’s the point? It’s not even a re­la­tion­ship, it’s a pseu­do-re­la­tion­ship. You fight and get mad and what for? I’m not mov­ing to Lon­don, he’s not mov­ing to New York. Yeah, so we’ll have fun, and then when he leaves, I just won’t talk to him any­more. How is that shady?

–N train, As­to­ria

Over­heard by: Mis­sPinkKate

Girl: Yeah, I feel like I’m ban­gin’ the whole world!

–Colum­bus Cir­cle sub­way ex­it

“It’s a Small Wednes­day One-Lin­er Af­ter All”

Col­lege girl: Yeah, the worst part about Africa was that we, like, did­n’t go out!

–Star­bucks

Over­heard by: Noe­mi

Shab­by-look­ing blue col­lar mom to dis­tin­guished old­er In­di­an woman: Ohhh! I have al­ways want­ed to go to Bol­ly­wood! I love East Africa and Asia! I want­ed to buy a bon­sai tree, but they are way too ex­pen­sive.

–5 Train

20-some­thing, look­ing at Wash­ing­ton arch: There was some­thing like this in France.

–Wash­ing­ton Square Park

Over­heard by: M

Guy on cell: I swear I did­n’t have sex with her when I was in Nor­way.

–Low­er East Side