I Can Hear You Now Part I

April 28, 2007 at 8:53 pm 2 comments

Welcome to the first installment of “I Can Hear You Now,” a tribute to overheard cellphone conversations. This little gem happened on Thursday night in Dupont Circle. A twenty-something business woman with a nice strand of pearls on said loudly:

“What I’m wishing you’d do is just die.”

Now this is a line that I’ll have to remember one day…

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  • 1. lemare  |  April 28, 2007 at 9:23 pm

    Oh, JL, you and I are two hearts that beat as one! I had the same thought for a post the other day as I walked home and and saw an obnoxious girl in Juicy Couture walking into the Nordstrom screaming into her phone, “WHAT AM I SUPPOSED TO DO FOR THE NEXT FIVE HOURS!” and immediately a flood of responses entered my head, but I’m too much of a lady (or at least I aspire to be) to utter any of them.

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  • 2. I Can Hear You Now - Part III « In Rare Form  |  June 5, 2007 at 2:25 pm

    […] 5th, 2007 Our previous “I Can Hear You Now” Posts have all been us overhearing OTHER people’s conversations…Today I will share a lapse in […]

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