Yeah, there are some bad ones in here. But there are also some good ones, too, and you can always use them to come up with other ideas, which is what I think can make lists like this so great. And it costs what, a buck? It's certainly worth a buck.
But I was thinking there might be a little more setup, something that would give some atmosphere and context to a given situation. Something like: "when a certain party member orders their drink or meal, and for the first time they start to drink or eat and a few random times after that, revulsion and laughter can be heard at a table on the other side of the tavern..."
I won't mention the good ones -- and there's plenty to be had -- here for obvious reasons. But I did also feel that the wording on some of them just didn't feel right. For example, it's a little awkward to say, "Oh look, the travelling carnival is back!" ..wouldn't it be more realistic to overhear something like: "Someone looks briefly as the group sits down, saying quietly, 'Travelling carnival's back.'"
You could certainly combine these two ideas. Lies or private details that could draw the party in to a side-quest (or trap!), like "as you walk by, you hear someone speaking about a party member: "And they think he stole that from the Guild, too..." ("Guild" or other organization one or more of the party belong to, such as a smith's guild, a mage's group, or a thieve's guild, or something else.)
LIKED: Lots of variety, more different kinds of descriptions than I expected
DISLIKED: Missing some realism, would be nice to have a little more atmosphere.