like the doppler effect stuff, you know?
on the way home today, i was stopped at a red light at telegraph/40th. i thought i had stopped in the middle front of the lane, but as the lane was wide, it turned out i was stopped slightly to the right.
so then a car pulled up to my left.
then on the green and we both started moving, and of course the car accelerates faster,
and a white guy in the passenger side shouts at me, “i like your booz!”
dude, you gotta understand i can’t hear what you’re saying when you’re moving away from me. if you want to say something to me, say it when we’re going the same speed right alongside each other. if you say something and you’re driving away, don’t expect me to catch what you’re saying.
if you want to say something to anyone on the road and you’re not stopped, limit your message to one or two words. two syllables max is the best.
this has happened quite a few times, and the next five minutes afterwards, all i do is wonder what the person could have said.
did he said boobs? but he couldn’t have really seen them from his point of view. and i’m wearing a sports bra and they are kinda squished because of the way i wear my messenger bag. or did he say shoes? my brown and pink etnies are old. or did he say booze? but that doesn’t make any sense. what about my bag? he likes my messenger bag with reflective binding?