February Eavesdropping

As some of you already know, I'm a pathological eavesdropper. It's a side effect of my outgoing personality because there's a part of me that wants to join every single conversation possible; therefore, I'm always honing into what's happening around me. I simply cannot help being nosey and listening in on other people's dialogues, especially when I know they're talking about something ridiculous. That being said, let me share with you some of my favorite quotes of the week:

-Stoner checking out at Walgreen's in San Mateo buying a single packet of Zigzag rolling papers: Can I give you my phone number to make sure I get credit for this purchase?

-Guy shopping for whiskey with his friend in Redwood City store: They must be changing their focus. They don't even carry Elmer T. Lee or Black Maple Hill anymore. 

-Lady ordering brunch for herself and her young daughter next to me at the Plant in Burlingame: Do you guys have a child's menu gluten-free salad?

-Woman tasting gin with friends at Four Pillars distillery in Australia, looking at bowl of juniper berries on the table for decor and correcting one of the staff members: No, these are actually peppercorns. I'm pretty sure I know the difference.

-David Driscoll

David Driscoll