Monday, July 25, 2005

I Am an Unequal Opportunity Everything

Mémé #3116: What are your plans for tonight?
Worker #3116: I'm going out with some friends.
Mémé #3116: No special date?
Worker #3116: No.
Mémé #3116: We were talking about it, and we decided that anyone who is [redacted]-years-old should really start thinking about marriage.
Worker #3116: Okay, I will think about marriage.
Mémé #3116: If you need help—
Worker #3116: Well...
Mémé #3116: I'm offering to be your romance manager.
Worker #3116: I'm kind of picky...
Mémé #3116: I don't charge much.
Worker #3116: Let me think about it.
Mémé #3116: Okay, well if you don't have anything else to say I'm getting off the phone with you.
Pépé #3116: Are you going to give her the job?
Worker #3116: I'll need to see a history of past successes.
Mémé #3116: You need to see a resumé.
Worker #3116: If she can prove that she's put together lasting marriages in the past, then I'll think about taking her on.
Pépé #3116: Good thinking. You can't just hire her.

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