Heard and Overheard

Overheard

Man 1:  Mrrgghh, marrm, murrrggh

Some ears just pick up too much

Man 2:  Uh-huh, margggh

Mar 1:  Mrrggh, wurrrg

Man 2:  Uh-huh, uh-huh

Man 1:  Pare, you want some porkchop?

Overheard.  Two men talking with their mouths full over lunch.  Ew…and they understood each other perfectly.  How’s that for knowing each other well?

Heard

(cue in guitar music)

Did I hear that correctly?

Male singer:  “And He said, “Cast your burdens upon Me those who are heavily laden…

Come to Me, all of you who are CHILD of carrying heavy loads,

For the yoke I will give you is easy and My burden is light
Come to Me and I will give you rest.”

Heard.  Blind street musician singing the wrong lyrics to a great song.  If I wasn’t in so much of a hurry, I would’ve given the guy the correct lyrics.

(note:  the street musician was singing Basil Valdez’ “Lift Up Your Hands”)

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