*we're just going to declare it bitch week and see where that gets us.
there are 2.9 million people in chicago. approximately 1,000 of them live on cupcake&bombsybox street. a street that is 4 blocks from the L, 3 blocks from depaul, 2 blocks from children's memorial, 1 block from st. clement's, half a block from clark and in the flight path to o'hare. in other words, a noisy street. there are trains, trucks, trixies, cabs, helicopters, planes, birds, buses, bells, barking dogs, construction workers, and very loud public phone convos. thus, it absolutely blows my mind that the hey, babe, i'll just wait in the car and honk the horn until you come down mentality still exists. sometimes i can't identify my own phone ring from the other side of the apartment. in this context, how can anyone discern that a particular car honk has their name on it?