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Overheard and Shout Outs: Dec. 23, 2016

OVERHEARD

Are there tid-bits of conversations you’ve heard while standing in line at the grocery store, serving a table, or walking down the sidewalk that make you smile, cringe or laugh out loud?

 

“I tried doing that in NYC and got into seven arguments and fistfights.”

 

“He was totally fine, but he was dancing. That should have been a clue.”

 

“Oh look at that! A short, little one with a bulge. I wonder what’s in there?”

 

“Pants are pain sometimes.”

 

“I’m afraid of what I could become with a debit card.”

 

“If I had a boyfriend, I’d want him to be just like me. That way he could come over and we’d play Xbox, drink beer and crack each other’s backs.” – A guy’s perspective on dating men

 

SHOUT OUTS

Is there someone or something that deserves a pat on the back or a slap on the wrist?

 

I’d like to give a shout out to Write On, Door County and Nancy Carlson for providing a great learning experience for the Gibraltar 4th grade Girl Scout troop. ~ Jess Grasse

 

A shout-out to the owner/decorator of the beautifully lit-up Christmas tree on the curve of Highway 57 leaving Baileys Harbor. It’s such a wonderful sight during these cold and dark December nights!

 

A pat on the back to Steve Grutzmacher for kicking off the Pulse team’s workweek with a selection of the best Zsa Zsa Gabor quotes.

 

Shout out to all the people who moved snow from roads, driveways and parking spaces to keep us moving last weekend.

 

Shout out to all of you wonderfully observant drivers who stop a good distance away from the bus when it comes to pick up my kindergartner. Grateful for your help keeping Door County kids safe. ~ Gibraltar Mom

 

Sharing my eternal love for cats that keep me warm.

 

And a Christmastime shout out to Mother Nature for this beautiful white Christmas.

 

Be a part of the Pulse! Send over your SHOUT OUTS, OBSESSIONS, OVERHEARDS, or PET PEEVES to [email protected] with one of the above categories in the subject line…and, let us know if you’d prefer the submission be printed anonymously.

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