13 thoughts on “Three faces of my town

    1. Re: I read lips.
      The one on the right was also discussing her career in entertainment, the acting school she was attending in L.A., and how FANTASTIC the DIRECTOR was.

    1. It is a good thing you do not own the hands. Because then I would owe you some serious rent or something. Also I probably would not get my security deposit back.

    1. Not only does it exist, it exists very, very loudly. Before arrived, there was this other girl in another corner who was blabbing away at full volume in her cell phone about how LIKE TOTALLY DO LIKE YOU GUYS WANT TO LIKE COME UP HERE LIKE LATER IN THE WEEK AND LIKE MEET AT A HOTEL RESTAURANT AND LIKE HAVE SOME WINE AND LIKE IT WILL BE TOTALLY GREAT BECAUSE I AM LIKE SO STRESSY RIGHT NOW OH MY GOD LIKE IT’S SO BAD.
      It was the perfect – and I mean perfect – example of the stereotypical SoCal girl dialect. The intonation, the inflection, the accent, the vapidity. Unreal. Every phrase went UP!!! at the end. And it was endless.

      1. You forgot:
        THEN WE CAN LIKE GO TO THE MALL, CAUSE DADDY LEFT HIS VISA ON THE FURNITURE THINGY. CAUSE A CUTE OUTFIT WOULD LIKE SO CHEER ME UP.

      2. I think I had tuned out before that part. Either that or was trying to find someone with a fork I could use to stab her eyeballs out.

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