Overheard at Georgetown


Below are the brightest things the Voice staff has heard around Georgetown lately. Got a good “overheard”? Submit it at the bottom of the post!

At Leo’s on Friday morning
Girl #1: Your iPod is so cute!
Girl #2: Thanks! It’s like one of my two or three favorite iPods

Wobbly girl coming from a party: “I don’t like parties. I’m … partyist!”

Girl with ash dripping from her cigarette: “I just burned my left breast!”

Girl to her friend at 33rd and M Street: “I just need to stop getting drunk and hitting big black men.”

A Thursday morning at Saxby’s:
Girl 1: “What are you doing this weekend?”
Girl 2: “I don’t know. What about you?”
Girl 1: “Jack’s having a party. You should go to it.”
Girl 2: “Ok!”
Girl 1: “He broke up with his girlfriend, like, two weeks ago and he’s finally over her, so he decided to throw a party and have sex with as many freshmen girls as he can.”

At a house party:
Girl 1: “So what’s your major, dahling?”
Girl 2: “Regional studies.”
Girl 1: “Oh, I’m international politics, security studies.  Regional studies, CULP, those aren’t even real majors.  It’s like being a pediatrician versus being a surgeon.”
Later in the night:
Boy: “I’m going to dance with [Girl 1].”
Girl 2: “Careful, I’m pretty sure she’s still got her douchewad stuck up her vagina.”

At the corner of Wisconsin and M:
Man: “So how was work today?”
Woman: “Terrible, we had performance reviews.”
Man: “How’d you do?”
Woman: “Ok, I guess, I got a $35,000 a year raise.”
Man: “Wow, that’s great!”
Woman: “Not really, that’s only 18%!”

Boy to officer who’s threatening to ticket him for fighting: “You don’t understand, officer! A Mexican stole a piece of my pizza and you have to go find him!”

Boy to his female friend: “I am going to Roofie you and leave you outside of Rhino.”

Graphic by Hunter Kaplan

Not bad for our first time, but we’re sure you can do better! Submit your own “Overheards” below!

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