A Hindu Come-on. {As overheard at Boulder County Farmers’ Market}

Via on Jul 25, 2009

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“Can I rub your temples?” asked a young woman, as a bunch of us leaned against the curb, watching the most excellent, cheery, fiercely talented and infectiously rousing Dovekins (a band you’ll be hearing from soon, Hipster Folk Nation).

“Hah, hah, that sounds like a Hindu pickup line,” says I.

“Yah: ‘…With my mouth,’” laughed my friend Joey.

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Credit, or blame, is equally shared with Ms. Joey Walker.

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3 Responses to “A Hindu Come-on. {As overheard at Boulder County Farmers’ Market}”

  1. Brown D. says:

    I usually enjoy your blog, but this one was a shocker. This post isn't funny. It's culturally insensitive and derogatory to the Hind religion. Nice work letting your prejudice flow. WTF?

  2. Brown D. says:

    Hindu religion (typo).

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