Archive for the ‘Cancer’ Category

Democracy Clears Doesn’t Work; Back to Monarchy?

Wheeltard: Round here I’m just an idiot, but not in Brooklyn. I’m king in my neighborhood. When I cross that bridge and they see me comin’, they know I’m king.

–Tompkins Square Park

Overheard by: Alex Romanovich 

Girl: I don’t know who she thinks she is, but just because she’s got cancer doesn’t make her Queen Bitch.

–Bleecker & Broadway

Overheard by: Tony 

Have You Seen Wednesday? It’s Totally Had Its One-Liners Done.

Woman on cell: I can’t believe no one said anything… How could no one notice? It used to be sooooo crooked, and I spend all this money to get my nose fixed, and no one says anything?

–Norfolk & Houston

50-year-old lady: So are you still down for the Brazilian wax?

–45th & Broadway

Overheard by: Chuch

Little girl, pointing at someone having their eyebrows threaded: Look! They’re sewing that woman’s face!

–14th St & 2nd Ave

Overheard by: kenzi

Orange lady: Is it like you definitely, for sure get cancer from a tanning bed? Cause then I might stop.

–Park Slope

Overheard by: Alexis

That Way I Can Snack on It When I Get Bored

Girl #1: What does a brain tumor feel like? Cause I think I have one.
Girl #2: I don’t know, but that’s horrible.
Girl #1: Yeah, it would suck a lot. It just feels like there’s a lump, in my brain. I’m really out of shape, though, so I’m hoping the lump is just another pile of fat building up in my bod.

–Columbia University

Overheard by: pomy

There’s No Pill for What Wednesday One-Liners Have

Nervous hipster: You know, it’s really true what they say about friends with eczema…

–50th & 8th

Overheard by: chris

Guy on cell: So she got cancer, big fuckin deal!

–1st Ave & St. Mark’s

Man on cell: Next time they call, just politely say there’s no one here with diabetes.

–Central Park

Overheard by: Lola Black

Woman exiting car: There’s this bump between my ass and cooch. I think I should get that checked.

–W 4th St

20-something guy to 40-something woman: Look, I’m not saying I’m not concerned about my hand being sticky, but I’m more concerned about malaria.

–Café