Chick: It’s the biggest Wal-Mart in Arkansas. That’s their claim to fame. –Tennessee Mountain, SoHo
Gay Guy #1: How’d you like that trough?
Gay Guy #2: What trough?
Gay Guy #1: The trough you pissed in.
Gay Guy #2: Oh, I loved it! –Slide, East Village Overheard by: Megan Buckley
Yuppie #1: It’s just like in that movie, Good Will Hunting.
Yuppie #2: I never saw that.
Yuppie #1: What?! Dude, that movie’s like the voice of our generation!
Yuppie #2: Whatever. –Northeast entrance to Madison Square Park Contrubuted by: Scott Nybakken
Guy: If you’re a cokehead you can really climb the corporate ladder. That’s all those guys making six figures.
Girl: It’s in American Psycho.
Guy: Then they burn out and the new guys come in. –Lakeside Lounge, Ave. B
Guy: Are you more of a Democrat or a Republican?
Girl: Hmm. That’s a tough one. It’s like being in West Side Story. –Tennessee Mountain, SoHo
Girl: I may be misinterpreting Rocky Horror Picture Show, but what gay man doesn’t love a movie about singing transvestites? These queens are so picky. –30th and 5th Overheard by: Megan Buckley
Male Employee: No, that’s hemophilia. Hypoglycemia is, like, when your
body produces more sugar than your system can handle.
Female Employee: Yeah! That’s me! –Lord & Taylor Overheard by: Megan Buckley
Moustached Fat Man: So I started my own ‘zine. Hopefully I’ll meet people. –Astor Place Overheard by: Tibbie X
Twit: What’s that song Richard Marx sang?
Chick: Right Here Waiting.
Twit: There’s another one.
Chick: I don’t know.
Twit: It’s going to drive me crazy until I remember. Oh wait! I know! Right Here Waiting for You!
Chick: That’s the same song. –Winnie’s, Chinatown
A protestor holds a banner reading “Stop the Police State” and is wearing a t-shirt that says the same. He turns to the policeman standing next to him. Protestor: Do you remember how civilians stopped tanks in Tiannamen Square in 1989? That would NEVER happen here–tanks don’t stop for people here. –Union Square