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Adam: Hi, there. Was it something that I said?
Sally: I’m just trying to determine which one of your multiple personalities I’m dealing with. It’s a little guessing game I
play with myself.
Adam: Oh. I see.
Sally: ‘Cause sometimes I’m almost certain that I’ve run into friendly, funny, down-to-earth Adam, and then, no, he turns out to be [Clears throat] Officious Adam, busy CEO and all-around important guy with no time to waste on a
lowly peon like me.
Adam: [ Sighs ] I was — I was too abrupt with you yesterday. Although I did apologize, or try to.
Sally: Ah, yes, mea culpa Adam. An intriguing new addition to the cast of characters.
Adam: How many are there?
Sally: It’s an ever-changing landscape.
Adam: Wow. You know, that, it sounds kind of fascinating.
Sally: Fortunately, there is a fool-proof way to settle this. I will just invite to join me for lunch and see which Adam
fields the request.
Adam: I’d love to have lunch with you, but I’m booked today. I am actually here for a meeting.
Sally: Damn. I knew it. Now I owe myself 20 bucks.
Adam: I really hope you’re not taking it personally that i have a business meeting.
Sally: No. I am not that girl. Like I told you, this is just a game to me. I’m going for best three out of five.
Adam: [ Sighs ]
Sally: No, wait. This might’ve been my third rejection — not that I’m keeping track.
Adam: Oh, no. Of course not, because we made a mutual agreement to keep things strictly professional between us.
Sally: Yes, and in retrospect, I’m so glad we did that. That way, I don’t get saddled with your chronic mood swings.
Adam: Okay, well, you are now making me wish my schedule was clear because you would be a much more entertaining lunch date than the person I’m meeting with.
Sally: Well, you could always bail. You know, things do come up.
Adam: [ Sighs ] Sadly, I’m afraid I can’t this time.
Sally: Mm. My, must be VIP.