Overheard In L.A.: Our Eternal Struggle With The Color White
This week's edition of Overheard in L.A. features bits of overheard conversation from Brentwood, Silverlake, West Hollywood and allllllll the way over in Pasadena.
Overheard Of The Week
Customer: "I just want the darkest white you have."
Worker: "Like 3D white, or white like the towel? I'm out of the white-white."
At a nail salon in Pasadena via @WendyWegner
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"Do you want to go watch Scandal and make vision boards?"
In Brentwood via @GabrielleKess
Some People Just Want To Watch The World Burn
"He drank all my lactose-free eggnog! I'm so mad. You can't do that."
Theater Of The Mind
"I talked to JoJo (from KIIS FM) about this and I thought he was a big black man but he's like a little white guy."
At Coffee Bean via @Melanie787
For The Gluten-Free Lush
"Did you get the quinoa vodka?"
In Silverlake via @rhaithcoat
We Didn't Know You Had The Option
"I wouldn't give myself a rusty trombone!"
At a WeHo tattoo parlor via @HighVoltageTat
"I kinda want to snuggle and watch a screensaver"
At an office via @the100writers
Conan, What Is Best In Life?
"I got a babysitter...hot mom...everybody's having fun"
At a Jay Z concert via @SirAdamBrown
Yeah We, Like, Totally Feel You
"I'm just really into, like, alternative music"
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