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Overheard in L.A.: The Sad Truth About Adam Levine's Complexion
This week's edition of Overheard in L.A. features bits of overheard conversation about Adam Levine's face, Libra desires and bro rules.
Overheard of the Week
"It made me really sad when I found out Adam Levine had acne."
A guy? Maybe. A man? No.
"Because I'm a guy. So there you go."
He broke the first rule of bro club.
"I heard there are no rules, bro."
Or Bill Nye?
"I wanna date someone intellectual and scientific. Someone like me. A Libra."
Wikipedia can wait!
"Oh, sorry. We weren't paying attention. We're looking up famous people named 'Robert.'"
Who says L.A. has no culture?
"There's nothing cool here. It's all cultural. I don't like it."
When you're on the Internet, every day is a cat calendar.
"I can't believe that this year I neither gave nor received one cat calendar"
Our Overheard in L.A. feature relies on you to send us the strange conversations you overhear in this city. Send them our way at firstname.lastname@example.org. (In the e-mail, put "overheard" in the subject and tell us who said it, where they said it and any amusing context.)
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