"I think those guys were in a band." – A sentence spoken by one out of every five people walking the streets of Austin
"Are you homeless or just a crust punk?" – Girl uncertain if she would give change to a man on the street
"Martin Al Gore!" – A guy at the Depeche Mode concert, repeating this to everyone like it was the greatest joke ever
"Who Killer Mike became is basically because of this festival." – Killer Mike to his SXSW audience
"I can't get in." – Everyone at SXSW at some point
"Tap water? That'll be $1.50." - Employee, not joking, at pizza place
"I love being a musician. It feels like being a servant. A servant... to you." - One of the many awesomely bizarre things Prince told his audience
"This is a little past my bedtime." - Patrick Stump during Fall Out Boy's set, which kicked off at 1 a.m.
"This better not be 75 percent water." – A d-bag with a sunglasses-tan threatening the bartender after getting his drink
"That song might be short, but you get the same amount of f-cking notes because we play it faster." - Fear frontman Lee Ving at Dave Grohl's Sound City Players concert
"These black boys were asking for my number in the bathroom line!" An excited, horrendously sheltered suburban girl at a Joey Bada$$ & Pro Era concert
"Goddamn I got b-tches! Damn I got b-tches! Damn I got b-tches! Wifey, girlfriend and mistress!" – A drunk man at the Kendrick Lamar show screaming this lyric from Lamar's "Backseat Freestyle" into his girlfriend's face over and over
"Wait, are they sisters?" – An in-the-dark photographer at a show for identical twin sisters Tegan & Sara
"I wasn't even on drugs." – Billie Joe Armstrong after experiencing microphone trouble during Green Day's SXSW set
"Someone told me Justin Timberlake is backstage getting high." - Wayne Coyne during one of the Flaming Lips' SXSW sets.
"I just had the best four days of my life!" - Woman to the cashier at an airport taco stand after SXSW wrapped
What kind of time warp?! '90s (and early 2000s) rock icons Fred Durst, Scott Weiland and Mark McGrath get photobombed by '70s icon Wayne Newton, aka Mr. Las Vegas. This should be all these guys' Christmas cards.