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Overheard In L.A.: We All Know That Babies Taste The Best
This week's edition of Overheard in L.A. features bits of overheard conversation from people caught having to make a tough decision, dealing with the worst wedding guests ever, finding a little inspiration from the movie Snowpiercer, and looking for a potent potable.
Overheard Of The Week
"They have to make it up to me cause all they got me for the wedding was the $800 sheets."
Pretty Weak Logline, Bro
"I'm like trying to write a romcom. Not this second, but before the time I die. I'm not very in touch with my 'com' side right now."
"I can't and will NOT choose between Katy Perry and Taylor Swift."
"Camping for me is a hotel without room service."
"Heroin and hot sauce would cure my stomach problems right now."
Babies Taste The Best
"Anything in baby form is delicious."
It Certainly Is Real
"So much shade lobbed at Dunkin' Donuts at work right now. People are outraged. The hate is real."
Inopportune Time For A Conversation
"Hold on I can't hear you over my pee."
"Nowadays Kirsten Dunst is the same age as me, but back when she made Jumanji she was a lot younger than I was."
Taschen Employee, Probably
"It was the most depressing coffee table book I ever saw, and I've seen a LOT of coffee table books."
Sound Medical Advice
"I wouldn't put my uterus up against the microwave."
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