I wanna do a great American road trip
Take the car and drive away
Yeah, I got my bag
I’m re-evaluating my life
I don’t know how to get a non-science degree
That’s your fault.
You go in with a clean slate.
You got into a really bad deal.
I have good prospects
I want to sleep
Oh my God!
I’ve had like 3 or 4 cups of coffee
I have a grande chai latte.
I need it today.
What do you call it—
things that make you?
I know I didn’t look. I didn’t see it.
It’s just that you’re inside
I don’t know, yeah, I feel like
pretty girls in t-shirts. It’s a little feminist.
It’s so stiff
He comes over sometimes
Yeah, yeah, tall white guy
He sued him
This kid was supposed to be my best friend
I’ve never missed a payment in my life
It’s a basic thing–you pay the rent.
Obviously this building looks different
from what we saw half an hour ago
We don’t actually have to go through the building.
You need to be living in some shitty apartment
You owe it.
That’s what I’m pissed about
Besides that, everything is going great
Still in Cambridge
It was about 10 degrees. 10. 10 degrees. 10 degrees.
I just mentioned it.
Chelsea is a dangerous city
It’s a hot bed for drugs
Hit me up sometime, bro
Okay, thank you so much for calling. Awesome.
Source: cut-up of conversations heard in Cambridge, MA 2015
Daryl Muranaka lives in Boston with his family. In his spare time, he enjoys aikido and taijiquan and exploring his children’s dual heritages. His first book, Hanami, was published by Aldrich Press and his first chapbook, The Minstrel of Belmont, was published Finishing Line Press in 2015.