November 4, 2016
I can’t believe double Ds opened up here and up there and they’re both new!
— Lily on new Dunkin’ Donuts locations in our neighborhood
November 3, 2016
Is it mine if I add some yellow?
— B. D. Graft
November 2, 2016
November 1, 2016
Forgive me, I’ve had a lot to drink, but sometimes I fantasize about someone coming to my house and organizing all my papers.
— Sid after half a cup of wine mixed with water
October 31, 2016
October 30, 2016
You’re on it and it’s cool because it goes for miles and you’re like “people built this?” but then you think people built everything.
— Lily on The Great Wall of China
October 29, 2016
It means sixth born.
— AT&T Building guard on his name
October 28, 2016
Ballerina ninja or the Pope.
— IT Alex on Halloween plans
October 27, 2016
There’s just so many things
That I can touch, I’m torn.
— Natalie Imbruglia, “Torn”
October 26, 2016
You’re laughing way too hard.
October 25, 2016
The drone struggled to decide whether a minaret was an architectural feature or an armed man.
— Matthew Rosenberg and John Markoff, “The Pentagon’s ‘Terminator Conundrum’: Robots That Could Kill on Their Own,” The New York Times
October 24, 2016
Sometimes found words are the most pure because they have nothing to do with you.
— Ed Ruscha, They Called Her Styrene, Etc.
October 23, 2016
— Diorama at The Natural History Museum
October 22, 2016
But you’re my schnook.
— Tommy’s mom (Nancy, was maried to Buckley)
October 21, 2016
I can still shovel and work with the best of them,” he said. “I am enjoying the heck out of this.
— Mr. Shoemaker via Christopher Farrell, “Migrant Workers in Recreational Vehicles,” The New York Times
October 20, 2016
Why are you happy?
— Papaya Dog employee
October 19, 2016
But maybe I miss read it.
— Audience member during Martha’s panel
October 18, 2016
DORITO MAC & CHEESE
— Microsoft Loft
October 17, 2016
The nail bed is a direct line to the bloodstream.
— Stephen Powers
October 16, 2016
But he didn’t draw the pencil.
— Nice looking older Princeton guy in Crocs on a picture of Gabriel’s drawing of an owl in a barn window