Ginger: Aren’t you supposed to say “Hello, eh?”
Ruby: Funny. How did you get this number?
Ginger: It’s amazing what the internet will do when you threaten it with a sharp stick.
Ruby: I need to tell Fly to not fear your idle threats…
Ginger: While you’re at it, you’re out of blue soda.
Ruby: I don’t own blue soda.
Ginger: Hence the ‘out of’ part. Ooh! Curry!
Ruby: Are you…are you in my fridge?
Ginger: Yes. But don’t worry – I didn’t move your fridge and all its contents to my apartment. I’m in your kitchen.
Ginger: Because it was boring at home.
Ruby: So…why are you in my kitchen?
Ginger: Ah, the magic of keys…you put one in the lock, turn it, and if it’s the right one…
Ruby: Ginger…go home.
Ginger: But I don’t have curry at home.
Ruby: Take the curry and go home.
Ginger: Can I have the cheesecake, too?
Ginger: Why not?
Ruby: Because if there’s cheesecake in there, it’s mine and you’re not punishing me just because I’m not there to entertain you.
Ginger: What if I leave a note or an IOU?
Ruby: Is there really cheesecake in the fridge?
Ruby: What was the note going to say?
Ginger: I Want Cheesecake. And I was in your house.
Ruby: Go home.
Ginger: I miss you.
Ruby: Go home now.
Ginger: I miss you, eh? Come home soon so we can eat cheesecake, eh?
Ruby: Right. I promise to come home and we can eat cheesecake.
Ginger: Are you bringing some home with you?
Ruby: You’re in Chicago! Home of excellent cheesecake! Go out and get some of your own!
Ginger: …can I have some blue soda, too?
Ruby: As long as it’s not in my house.
Ginger: Okay. Fine.
Ruby: It’s nice to be missed.
Ginger: You forgot the ‘eh’ at the end. You should really learn to speak the language as long as you’re there…
Ruby: Go home.
Ginger: You too.