Mighty Life List
Apr 30 2007

Superior San Francisco Moments

Bathroom graffito:

“…Be that as it may, with the political climate of today it is disheartening, and embarrassing, to call oneself an American.”

Overheard on the street:

“I’d say Thailand really has the best street food.”

14 Responses to “Superior San Francisco Moments”

  • You can call me, 'Sir' Says:

    It would be even lovelier in a way if the bathroom-wall statement began with “For a good time, call 1-800-MAN-LOVE. Be that as it may…”

  • amanda Says:

    You’ve got the streets of San Francisco, I have my dining room table “careful, asparagus chokes” and “that’s the biggest one I’ve ever seen.”

  • BOSSY Says:

    Between the graffito and the overheard comment, Bossy thinks we should all pack our bags and move.

  • BOSSY Says:

    To Thailand.

  • Mr. Caveman Says:

    Mmmm… Thai Food

  • Tammy Says:

    It’s true. Thailand really does have the best street food. I haven’t been able to enjoy domestic pad thai since I returned from Bangkok.

  • Kriss Says:

    Were you visiting Natalie Maines of the Dixie Chicks at the time?!?

  • kocovnik Says:

    I second (third?)what was said by Tammy and the person overheard on the street.

  • Tin-Tin Says:

    Ah how I miss living in San Francisco. Nobody puts fun graffiti like that in San Jose. Just gang stuff. LAME!

  • T Says:

    Damn straight Thailand has the best street food.

    Who doesn’t like sitting by the side of the road in Bangkok, inhaling all the cars exhaust?

  • aimee/greeblemonkey Says:

    Most of the graffito in Denver is of the 867-5309 variety, and half spelled wrong.

  • reavolution Says:

    See, now that first comment makes me glad I don’t live in San Francisco. It’s nice for visits, but not for political antics. (Of course, even a flag-waiving, Republican-loving person can still

  • Latria Says:

    I think they got it seriously wrong. It is Taiwan, NOT Thailand that has the best street food.

  • Nothing But Bonfires Says:

    God, I hope it wasn’t MY conversation you overheard. I found myself uttering the very pretentious line “I think we enjoyed the Khmer food best while we were traveling” on the street in San Francisco the other day.