2007

Conversaciones ajenas en Nueva York

Recientemente encontré un sitio que compila conversaciones ajenas que acontecen cada dia en la ciudad de Nueva York. No las he traducido al español pues se perdería mucho de la esencia de la conversación. Este es un ejemplo de lo que encontré, la verdad es que me tenían cagado de la risa.

The Fallacy of Insufficient Sample Size
Guy: I was seeing her for a while, but it just wasn’t working out. I guess I’m not over Jessica.
Girl: What?
Guy: What do you mean, what?
Girl: I thought you were gay.
Guy: Oh, because I’m a hairdresser. How original. Just because I’m a hairdresser you think I’m gay.
Girl: No. I thought you were gay because when I stayed at your house four years ago I woke up and saw you fucking Matt in the ass!
Guy: Oh my God. Matt and I have never talked about that night

He Sees You As an Alternative Target, Not Protection
Chinese guy: Hey, now that you’re here we can go to Sylvia’s in Harlem and get some soul food.
Black guy: What do you mean, “now that I’m here”? What, you can’t go to Harlem by yourself, but now that you’ve got your token black you’re safe? That’s fucked up.
Chinese guy: Let me ask you something: would you go to Harlem alone at night?
Black guy: OK, that’s not the point.

Out of the Mouths of Babes
Woman #1: It’s really small, you know, but the sex is wonderful.
Woman #2: You mean he’s rich?
Woman #1: Yeah. Exactly.

Learn How to Spell, K?
Wangsta teen: Move, nigga, or I’ll cut you with my knife!
Tween girl #1: Oh my God! He said the ‘n’ word!
Tween girl #2: Knife?

I Can’t Wait Not to Have One of My Own
Chick #1: Dude, everyone’s popping out babies these days. JLo, TomKat, Britney. It’s like they’re the new fucking accessory.
Chick #2: Yeah, who wants a fucking baby anyway? You just turn into a fatass with stretch marks and saggy tits with a screaming infant who no one wants to be around.
Very pregnant passenger: I’m due in two weeks.
Chick #1: Aww! Is it a boy or a girl?

Via: http://www.overheardinnewyork.com/pages/mostpopular.html

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