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Overheard in L.A.: The Post-Super Bowl Hangover Edition

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By Ana Ottman / Special to LAist

A boss that acknowledges the realities of Super Bowl Sunday? Refreshing. This week’s Overheard in L.A. round-up includes overheard conversation on Robin Hood, Portia de Rossi and the big-bang theory.

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 (In the e-mail, put "overheard" in the subject and tell us who said it, where they said it and any amusing context.)

Overheard of the Week
“Don't everyone come in too [hungover] on Monday... just enough to get your job done!”
Via @stephanietomlin

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Robin Hood and His Merry Men Stock Up
“Do they sell bows & arrows here?”
At a liquor store via @DrZaiusWasRight

Unique Vantage Points
“I’d love to be a fly on the wall of THAT vagina!”
Via @blainecapatch

They Both Start With “S”
“I didn't know there was a difference between Sweden and Switzerland.”
At Hugo’s via @KatieAdlov

Weight Loss by Osmosis
“I've lost six pounds since I started reading Portia de Rossi's book.”
Via @JTeliczan

Sorting Out The Jesus Question, Once and For All
Guy 1: “The Jews didn't believe in Jesus.”
Guy 2: “No, the Jews believed in him, they just didn't think he was magic.”
At a rehearsal via @DrBubblesMD

Humility in a Nutshell
“My book is about how the universe came into existence. I pretty much destroy the big-bang and creation theory.”
Via @StoneDarling

Future Politician
“I'm not anti-war, but I'm like, against it.”
In the subway via @MarkJAlderson