“I don’t know. The Bush thing gets so overplayed.”
“Makes me wish I learned a little Thai before I came. Now I’m here
and everyone speaks English so….” (laughs).
“You just need to chill and realize that they don’t have customer
satisfaction surveys here.”
To the owner: “Your people are like. So cool. I am in awe.”
“My signal keeps going out too. We’re roughing it!”
“I can’t even imagine what Cambodia is like.”
“So I know that we’re near where the Vietnam war was. But was it like,
“That’s hilarious.” (One girl says this 26 times instead of actually laughing).
“It is so, like, I don’t know. They’re actually chopping the
vegetables. How cool is that? It reminds me of Koreatown. Or
“I just want to take a year of my life and go to like, everywhere.”
“We really have to hit the 7-11 later. I need smokes and Oreos.”
“Like. I don’t know. Like. I just like. Like. I don’t know. Like. Just
like…” (She never gets the sentence off the ground).
“So do you guys have pop songs too?”
“I can totally see eating this for thirty dollars in LA.”
“I wonder how much condoms are here.”
“Isn’t it cute how they say ‘make a party’ instead of ‘have a party?’
“If I had a choice I would totally eat with chopsticks every night”.
“This is such, like, an authentic experience. Just look at these
“It’s not like I have a whole new perspective on life. It’s just like,
that I have some perspective.”
“That’s sooooo spicy. Can I have more water?” (I am convinced the
staff double-dosed the chilis and are snickering under their pleasant