Lines from My Conversations With Cab Drivers in a Small Southern City
Taxi Cab Confessions!
- In the old days, the whole point of having a car was cat-calling the ladies. Now they seem to think it’s offensive or something like that.
- I was just too cold in Montreal. I told my wife, “I’m moving to Miami. If you don’t want to come with me, I understand. But I can’t take being cold anymore.”
- It’s better to be born a Yankee.
- Women are too busy looking at their phones to notice a potential good husband passing by. Look up, ladies!
- My son came here for school, and stayed. I don’t know why. I moved here because I love my grandkids, but let me tell you — it sucks!
- I can talk Southern, Northern, black, white, whatever. Sometimes, different situations call for different kinds of talking.
- I used to live four blocks from you!
- Once, I made $1,000 in one day. It’s all in the hustle.
- I know better than to argue with a women. I just hold my tongue.
- We were talking so much that you forgot to pay me.