Seven-year-old boy to father: Did you know that when you get into middle school, all the girls care about is whether you're rich and have a cute ass? In elementary school, they only care about if you can run fast. If you run the fastest, you get all the girls. –Flushing, Queens Overheard by: Tara Small boy to teacher in increasingly panicky voice: Is this Narnia? We're not Narnians yet, right?! –NYU Kimmel Center Overheard by: Narnia @ NYU? Five-year-old to three-year-old brother: Listen, we're going to have food all winter. It's hibernation. You know what hibernation is, don't you? Hibernation is when animals eat a lot of food and sleep all winter. We're gonna hibernate! –M104 Bus Overheard by: Samantha Little kid: Grandma, smell this! It's Obsession for Men! –Bergdorf Goodman Sobbing five-year-old girl to mom in CD section: I wanna download, I don't wanna waste my money. –Borders, Columbus Circle Overheard by: Can records labels sue toddlers?
Eight-year-old girl to older brother: I don't like booooooys!
10-year-old brother: I don't like boys, either!
Kids' ghetto mom to son: Boy, you betta like boys or I'mma pull your dick off. –Uptown 2 Train Overheard by: E.C.
Teenage sister: When was the last time you were in an opium den? Huh? You wanna tell me?
Preteen brother: Uhh…
Teenage sister: Shhh! Don't speak! –Times Square
Little boy to older sister: What is that?
Sister: The key to my pussy. –Ditmas Park, Brooklyn
Mother: What would you guys want if we get McDonald's? We haven't had it in so long…
20-something son: We haven't had it in so long because it's so fattening and gross. Do you know how much fat is in just one of their wraps?
Teenage son: This is not The Biggest Loser. This is called We're Getting McDonald's. –Hylan Boulevard, Staten Island
Elder brother to younger brother: I love pussy juice.
Younger brother: True dat.
Elder brother: No, seriously, if I could I'd shoot that shit up. –Brooklyn Overheard by: Ziggy
8-year-old: Today Jahzeer and Wassef told Steven he was gay and lesbian! And Steven started to cry!
Older sister: Oh. And did you tell them that wasn’t very nice?
8-year-old: No. The teacher started yelling at them! It was very entertaining. I was excited to be there. –Corona, Queens Overheard by: Amy
20-something-girl to brother: I'm always tellin' you, it won't time-travel if you hit 88 mph! Slow down when you're driving!
Brother: Screw that! 1.21 gigawatts, Marty, let's go back to the future! –11 St & 1st Ave
Older brother teaching the finer points of comic books: Yeah, Batman’s really cool. Best thing about him — he doesn’t have superpowers, so he’s really an ordinary guy.
Younger brother: Wow, no superpowers?
Older brother: Well, apart from being super rich. –F train to Queens
Five-year-old boy, crowded around his mothers’ blackberry with younger sisters: 5… 4… 3… 2… 1! Mommy… time’s up!
Mother, who had been rushing around the sale room with just one item: [Ddisappointed] Okay, okay. I guess I’ll just take this one sweater… –Anthropologie Overheard by: amused shopper