A young girl in a tutu trying to convince me to go to some day party:
"It's fun! It's free!"
Two skinny hipster guys, one holding his left eye, walking down Fourth Street in the afternoon:
"Look, I said I was sorry." "Yeah, well, you should. You hit me in eye."
Two 20-somethings inside Emo's Jr.:
"Do you think they enforce that (a no profanity sign)?" "Fuck no."
Watershed talking to someone in the crowd as they took the stage at Wave:
"When have you ever seen us use a playlist?"
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