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Monday, August 13, 2012

Overheard at Outside Lands: A Sampling of Strange Things Said

Posted By on Mon, Aug 13, 2012 at 10:26 AM

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Music festivals like this weekend's Outside Lands ask you to listen to everything around you. Here's a sampling of the weird things we overheard during the past three days:

"If you're going to San Francisco, be sure to wear some flowers in your hair.

"There's a lot of poontang up there. Girls are just dropping their pants."

"The beer is flowing."

"I've been in love with him for five years."

"Yeah, but our friendship is gonna last a lot longer."

"This is where the wild things are."

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"They are tracking our every movement."

"She's gonna find out if it's a boy or a girl in a week."


"This is revival-tent shit."

"Justice was intense. There was a cross on the DJ booth.

"Stevie Wonder vs. Skrillex? That's like saying legend vs. shit.

"Don't say bad things about Stevie Wonder.

"What did Jack White do for you?

"All these little art-school punk bitches. Can I just get some fuckin' rock 'n' roll?"

"A guy labeled me spicy and I felt pretty good."

"Why didn't they play 'She's Got Stickers on her Knockers'?

"Is that a pussy on your face or is it #catwang?"


"I just didn't have the heart to tell him he had cocaine all over his face."

"Fuck yeah!

"It was vaginal rather than viral.

"Time is a rubber band."

"You don't get what you deserve; you get what you expect."

"This is a song about moving to New York for love. You guys can throw up now."

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