Ginger: Trick or treat!
Ruby: …what are you dressed as?
Ginger: I’m dressed as you!
Ruby: How, exactly?
Ginger: Well, I have your shoes on, I did my hair the way you did on your wedding day – which meant I had to get a veil – and I’m wearing a jacket like you do.
Ruby: You’re wearing a veil, my shoes and a jacket that looks nothing like any of my coats.
Ginger: It’s the effort that counts.
Ruby: No it isn’t.
Ginger: It might be.
Ruby: It isn’t.
Ginger: It could be.
Ruby: That’s not even how I wore my hair on my wedding day!
Ginger: It’s how I remember it.
Ruby: …because there’s a veil?
Ginger: Is the rest important?
Ruby: You realized it was Halloween this morning and you hadn’t made a real costume yet. Am I right?
Ginger: Partly that and partly because I had to help a friend this morning.
Ruby: Doing what?
Ginger: She wanted to practice doing hair for a wedding this weekend. My hair is the same length as the bride’s and she didn’t want to freak the bride out.
Ruby: So…are you wearing someone else’s veil?
Ginger: Well, it’s not like I own one already…
Ruby: Do you have to get it back to the bride before tomorrow?
Ginger: Nope. This one came from a zombie bride costume set.
Ruby: Why didn’t you go as a zombie bride?
Ginger: They caught onto me at the office. Wedding dresses are officially banned from “appropriate office attire.” So is pleather, for some reason…
Ruby: You have such weird habits.
Ginger: I was not responsible for the pleather ruling.
Ruby: Did they make a ruling about bunny ears?
Ginger: Sort of…the rule says something about “the only tolerated attachment to any headband is a bow that is smaller than the head upon which the headband rests.”
Ruby: I repeat. You have such weird habits.
Ginger: You hang out with me.