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The Best Things Overheard at Fun Fun Fun Fest 2014 (NSFW)

"Hey do you want a Red Bull?" "No thanks." "It has vodka in it." "Okay."

"Let me know if you're gonna do something stupid so I can record it and post it online for karma"

"Dude! There's still a whole hour left of this! That's awesome!"

-- Spectator during the World Air Sex Championships

"I wanna see them get nasty. Then get even nastier! And them get nice, you know, just to keep things interesting."

-- Judge during the World Air Sex Championships

"The guys in Glassjaw would probably freak out if they heard they were somebody's favorite band, not just another band people kind of like."

"Where is love now? Babadabababa."

-- after the Blood Brothers' set, I heard at least five people walking around the festival still chanting this lyric from "Cecilia and the Silhouette Saloon."

"You think you're too old for this pit? These two are my kids."

-- man who had been moshing to the Blood Brothers like a maniac, while gesturing to two teenagers behind him

"So, did you just come from a wedding?"

-- Couple wondering why someone was wearing a full suit to see Lovelife

"I don't believe you that that's how you're supposed to say Jehu"

-- during an intense discussion of the career of Rocket from the Crypt guitarist John Reis

"It's no WWE." "It's still entertaining enough to drink a beer and watch."

-- pair of friends discovering the magic of Anarchy Championship Wrestling

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"Oh hell naw, bitch! I've been here since 11am! Bye Felicia!

-- Angry Wiz Khalifa fan standing her ground

"Dang! Do you smell that? Where is it coming from?" "Wiz Khalifa's bus."

"There's no one even any good playing today." "Wiz Khalifa is playing." "That's true." "Wiz counts as like two or three good bands." "Lets not push it that far."

-- Scalper trying to convince someone that $80 is totally acceptable for a Sunday ticket

"Who's Wayne Gretzky?"

-- Someone who clearly hasn't watched enough ProStars growing up

"Sun Kil Moon, suck my dick!"

-- an entire crowd led in choral repetition by Run the Jewels, who played opposite of Sun Kil Moon's quiet acoustic set

"Oh shit, it's the long-lost Culkin brother." "I don't know, it looks more like the dude from Deerhunter. The one with Marfan syndrome."

Reported by Corey Deiterman, Cory Garcia and Marco Torres

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