The Best Things We Overheard at Fun Fun Fun Fest

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"This is keep-drinking food!"

-- A guy really excited that we both had pizza

"He kind of looks like a Nazi. I find it oddly attractive."

"I wanna do something entertaining."

-- An eight-year-old to her dad after about ten seconds of The Chromatics' cover of "Into The Black." Kids these days.

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"That's going to be real hard to follow up."

-- Glass Candy's Johnny Jewel on the burden of taking the stage after a Taco Cannon, a cannon that shoots tacos

"That is crap. That is not good. That is poison."

- Someone trying to stop a friend from eating a Twinkie

"You can't wear furry boots to shoot skeet? What kind of America is this?"

-- Twin Shadow wore boots to shoot skeet, but his instructor wasn't impressed

Bro A: "See that sombrero over there? I want that one." Bro B: "I've seen bigger."

(Different) Bro A: "Where did those bitches go?" Bro B: "I don't know." Bro A: "Fuck 'em. Its just you and me now, buddy."

More random quotes on the next page.

"Is he saying 'Biggie' or 'piggy'?

-- during Snoop Dogg's cover of Notorious B.I.G.'s "Hypnotize"

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"I already spent like $50 on drinks today, wtf?!"

"Button your shirt, too much titties showing!"

"Hey, where you going. I wanna get a beer, dammit!"

"I just pissed all over my hands."

-- #FestivalProblemz

Death-metal versions of "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Stars" and the ABC song while waiting for Slayer.


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