Ruby: Take off the scarf before you talk to me.
Ruby: …yes, you can.
Ruby: …I’m not playing this game with you.
Ruby: I’m not apologizing for you having to ride the bus here. It’s below freezing out there. I didn’t want to have to leave home now that I got warm.
Ruby: Just take off the scarf!
Ruby: …I’d offer to give you a pen and paper, but then you might actually be able to communicate with me and…honestly…this is too much fun.
Ruby: Now, Ginger, we’ve talked about that sort of language. It’s not welcome in this home.
Ginger: PRMMPHPH MMRPH!
Ruby: What would your mother say if she heard you say such words?
Ginger: Rmphh, mphrhr, mmphrrrmphr?
Ruby: No, I didn’t watch that yet. Was it a good episode?
Ruby: You’re getting better syllable sounds. Are you finally thawing out?
Ruby: Don’t shout at me.
Ruby: I don’t understand why it’s so hard for you to just take off the scarf and talk like a normal human being.
Ruby: You’re right. You’re not normal. Why are you dripping?
Ginger: Because the coffee that had frozen the scarf to my face is finally melting enough that I can take off the scarf! Thanks for all the help.
Ruby: How did coffee freeze your scarf to your face?
Ginger: …I went to take a sip of coffee, but forgot the scarf was up and suddenly, I had a coffee-scented frozen scarf stuck to my face.
Ruby: You’re right. You’re not normal.