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Overheard In L.A.: The Worst Things We Heard At Coachella
This week's edition of Overheard in L.A. features bits of overheard conversation from this year's Coachella.
Overheard Of The Week
“I’m super dehydrated but I look SUPER thin.”
“Smell my nipple.”
The Only Way Around The 'No Selfie Stick' Policy
“Yeah, I’ve got really long arms, or as I like to call them, built-in selfie sticks.”
Words Of Wisdom
“I hope I don't run into anyone I don't want to run into.”
“I’m going to break up with him, but after we go see Drake.”
Couldn't Agree More
“Your detox tea instas are almost as sad as the modeling career you think you have.”
But It's Clearly All About The Music!
"Why'd you even come to Coachella if you didn't want to be tagged in my Insta photo updates?”
Time To Hit The Nap Tent
"I don't know if it's the drugs, but I'm awfully sleepy.”
Lots Of Detox Tea?
“You know what I did to get in shape for this, right?”
OMFG We're Done
“If I can smuggle my family into the United States of America, I’m gonna smuggle in a goddamn fucking selfie stick.”
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