Archive for 2020

Disin­gen­u­ous­ness Is Part Of My Pro­fes­sion­al Per­sona

Re­cep­tion­ist, on phone: Ocean View* Es­crow
Proces­sor: Dar­lene* please.
Re­cep­tion­ist: She’s on the oth­er line. Would you like to hold?
Proces­sor: I’d love to.
Re­cep­tion­ist: Re­al­ly?
Proces­sor: Not big on sar­casm, are you?

1950 Sawtelle Boule­vard
Los An­ge­les, Cal­i­for­nia

Over­heard by: Matt

When Blue­tooth Went Youtooth

Em­ploy­ee ac­com­pa­nied by small child: I smashed it on the ground and then I hit it with a chair, and now it feels like it’s on fire. It’s not, but it feels that way.
Small child: (in­audi­ble)
Em­ploy­ee: No, I don’t think any blood­’s com­ing out.

Red­mond, Wash­ing­ton

10AM Or­der Book

Our sis­ter site has been col­lect­ed in­to Over­heard in New York, the book. It’s a col­lec­tion of the hi­lar­i­ous and hor­ren­dous ma­te­r­i­al from the site, as well as a bunch of stuff we saved just for the book.

It’s per­fect read­ing for the com­mute to the of­fice, and a great way to kill time from 9 to 5. You can or­der it here.

375 Hud­son Street
New York, NY