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" which means, "If I look like your mother, your father's a lucky man! I accepted his high-five and smiled back at him, and said, "Have a good day," and waved."To tell you they all stood there with their jaws gaping open does not even begin to do it justice. He said, "You too, sweetie, you too."- Livia Scott, 31, Queens* We Represent the Lollipop Guild ...And then one of them smacked the one who did the catcalling on the head and said, "See, I told you she was Puerto Rican." Ha, snag! 9I'm Chinese, and I was walking down the street when this random white dude came up to me and said: "Hey pretty. Recently my sister and I were walking around the East Village at night when this 4-foot-tall, baggy-clothes-wearing guy came out of nowhere and began following us halfway up the block, continuing on about how he would take either one of us shorties cause he was easy like that.It's an epidemic you have to take down bit by bit."With the interest of educating fries-and-shake-loving men everywhere, here's our bit as The Post presents the "best of the worst" catcalls from around the city. Next time you want to give a special shout-out, just remember dear old mom.* And They Say Romance Is Dead A guy on the street passed me and said, "Someone's getting laid tonight." I'm not sure if he was complimenting me or bragging. " says the Duane Reade cashier, and he wiggles his eyebrows like this is a sexy thing. I'll give it to you all night long."- Ginnie, 23, Queens* And That's Just What They'll Tell Their Grandchildren, Too A crowded F train pulls into the West Fourth Street stop, and a very attractive woman in a business suit steps in.I'm sure someone somewhere was getting laid that night, but I was on my way to book club. " I was wearing running shorts and my college T-shirt. "I've got an umbrella back at my apartment," I say. I've got an umbrella that would be sooooo nice for you," he says. "Yes I do," I say, and I fumble through my bag looking for it. Immediately, she catches the attention of a young gentleman who looks like Snoop Dogg and sounds like Busta. " and then proceeds to expound upon this thought, unleashing a veritable tidal wave of nonstop street poetry, describing every last detail of how fine her body was and just what he would do to it, given the chance. Finally, at York Street, she casually rises, puts a finger to his lips and hushes him, slips her number into his hand and remarks, "You had me at, 'Damn, your booty fine.'" And with that, she disappears into the cool, Brooklyn night air.
I'll be your John if you will be my Yoko." As much as I appreciated the Beatles reference, I turned him down.- Cathy, 20, Manhattan* Someday This Is How The Mideast Crisis Will Be Solved I was crossing Park Avenue when a guy wearing baggy jeans and a shirt stained with paint and plaster said: "Very nice ... Yup, "easy like Sunday mornin', mmm shoot." After a few more "mmm shoots," "dangs" and "da'amns" he finally closed with, "Yo, check it out.