Friday, October 14, 2005

oh, and two more things

I was at a downtown Wells Fargo this afternoon waiting in line to use an ATM, and a guy who had just taken out a $20 turned around and asked me if I could break it for him.
OK Einstein, whatever – we're only standing in a bank 30 feet from a teller line.

This week I'm totally into bike messenger boys. Heh heh – skinny and surly and smelling of exhaust. Hot! They're pretty much straight though, right?


Blogger hot babe said...

Have you been watching "Quicksilver" over & over again? Admitting you have a problem is the 1st step.

10:39 PM  
Blogger Matt S. said...

chances are if someone is in line at an ATM behind you they don't have any cash let alone change for a twenty. Where do these dipshits come from?

Bike messengers hunh, that could be hot I guess.

3:10 PM  
Anonymous duane said...

I love that he asked you to break it. My favorite was when a bum came up to me while I was at the ATM, and asked for money. I told him, "Obviously I have nothing less than a twenty, and there is no chance in hell you are getting that; so bug off."

I think he got the point.

12:24 PM  
Blogger denverco said...

Oh - and in a related subject area, a few weeks ago I was standing in the super-long Chipotle lunch line and had a guy in front of me who was begging as he moved up the line. I heard him begging from the guys in front of him so I pretended to be on my cell phone. But I had to "hang up" when I ordered, and then he turned around and asked me for money. He had already ordered his food! I gave him $1 and he had the nerve to ask for another. I said no. Then I paid for my food and left him behind, haggling to get his meal without having enough cash. Crazy.

2:26 PM  
Blogger Sven said...

not all bike messengers are straight...

9:27 AM  
Blogger denverboy said...

Are you speaking from personal experience?

9:55 AM  
Anonymous paul said...

I would have said, "If I could break a $20, I probably wouldn't be in line to GET cash, now would I?" [same as what 'matt s' said]

1:44 AM  

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