Blonde on cell: Yeah, he just called. He’s waiting for me across the street with his pants off. –48th Street, Newport Beach, California
Tourist: Hey, the water is coming up really high.
Local: Yeah, it’s definitely a high tide today.
Tourist: How come it does that? I mean, what makes the water come up so high?
Local: Well, let’s just say it has a lot to do with the moon. –Pismo-Oceano Dunes, California Overheard by: janie
Chick: I can’t stand it when people smoke at the beach. It’s such a wrong thing to do in a place like this.
Dude: Smoking at the beach is like killing someone at a birthday party. –Long Beach, California Overheard by: Peter
Woman, to teenaged daughter: Too bad he’s a pedophile. I was going to ask him to DJ for your party. –The Esplanade in Capitola, California Overheard by: Katie O
Little girl voice: Get a flame thrower! (a few minutes later) Firegirl gets iced! –Oceanside, California Overheard by: What goes on in my neighborhood?
Father to 14-month-old daughter: Can daddy get a table dance?”
(toddler starts to bounce up and down)
Mother, taking daughter from father's arms: No, because she wants to give her mama a lap dance!
Disgusted uncle: This is so wrong on so many levels… –Doheny State Beach, Dana Point, California Overheard by: Glad I'm related by marriage
Young teen girl: Hey, Mom, Dad told me to ask you, and I’m quoting him, to ‘Please leave a couple of drinks for him before your fat ass hogs them all.’
Mom: Tell your father that he had better be nicer to me or else I’m going to leave his ass for a sexy Latin man named Esteban… again. And you can quote me on that! –Del Mar, California Overheard by: Jess the Pirate
Chick #1: You know what would be the hardest job in the world?
Chick #2: What?
Chick #1: To emcee a fashion show. Oh my god, that must be so hard.
Chick #2: Oh, yeah. –Capitola, California
Teenybopper #1: Ew, I hate wide open spaces.
Teenybopper #2: Isn’t there a word for that?
Teenybopper #1: Yeah, I think it’s some kind of phobia or something. –Huntington Beach, California Overheard by: MarilynMonBRO
15-year-old standing on his friend: Woah, I can totally feel your spinal cord! –Santa Cruz, California