Archive for the ‘Bimbettes’ Category

Which Was Good, because I Didn’t

Blonde: Wait, do Jewish people burn or tan?
Meathead: Well, some are pasty and some are really dark.
Blonde: Yeah, ’cause, like, she’s Jewish and she gets a tan. I came into work the other day and my hair was curly, and everyone was like, ‘Whoa!’ But then I told them I’m half-Jewish, so they understood.

–Manchester by the Sea, Massachusetts

Overheard by: i burn and i’m not

Did That Guy Seem Juiced Up to You?

Skinny, half naked black guy wearing purple booty shorts: “do you guys do drugs?“
College kids: “no…“
Black guy: “oh I do…I’m a drug addict. Yeah, I just came from a rave, there are some crazy people out there! Why are y’all sitting here in the middle of venice beach? It gets dangerous here at night!“
College kid (holding an orange): “well, I’m strapped, so…“
Black guy: “is that an orange? Can I have it?” (takes orange and walks away).

–Venice Beach

Overheard by: Keidi

Tell Me Again Why There’s No 13 O’Clock?

Blonde: Hey, what time is it?
Redhead: Real time or pretend time?
Blonde: You told me you changed your phone over already, so just tell me what it says!
Redhead: 4:03.
Blonde: So it’s only three o’clock in my head still…
Redhead: I offered to tell you pretend time!
Blonde: But I wanted to do the math myself!

–Huntington Beach, California

Overheard by: Jenn

Let’s Just Go to the Beach, Okay?

Girl #1: I’m glad we aren’t having earthquakes here like back in Cali.
Girl #2: It would suck coming over to Maui and then having an earthquake here.
Girl #1: Hey, can you feel an earthquake in a plane?
Girl #2: Um…

–Kihei, Maui, Hawaii

Overheard by: Darcy

Anyone Else’s Bra Need a Refill?

Golden girl: Excuse me, bartender!
(harried bartender grunts at her)
Golden girl: Bartender, can I just have an ice cube please?
(harried bartender fills a cup with ice cubes and slams it down in front of her)
Golder girl: What am I supposed to do with all of these? I just wanted one to put in my bra!

–Colony Hotel, Delray Beach, Florida

Overheard by: Becka Dash

The Soft Bigotry of Low Expectations

Girl #1: I think you might be ridiculous.
Girl #2: Look who’s talking.
Girl #1: See, you’re not normally ridiculous. On the other hand, I am always ridiculous. So why should you expect any different from me?
Girl #2: I shouldn’t. I’m sorry.

–#6 Parking Lot, Jones Beach, New York