Ruby: So, did you like the movie?
Ginger: Very much so.
Ruby: …you were crying towards the end.
Ginger: Yes. My heart shattered a little bit.
Ruby: I was concerned you were crying because you realized the movie was ending and you would have to leave the theatre finally.
Ginger: Well…there was that, too.
Ruby: Ginger, I can only sit through a movie two, maybe three times, on a good day.
Ginger: But I bought all those tickets…I wanted to make it worth it.
Ruby: Yeah. You could have just checked times with me in advance. And then, just bought one set of tickets.
Ginger: But…then we wouldn’t have seen the movie three times.
Ruby: Yeah. I know.
Ginger: I allowed for bathroom breaks.
Ruby: Yes. Thank you for that.
Ginger: I try.
Ruby: Can we go home now?
Ginger: …I suppose.
Ruby: Ginger…you know Captain America will be back in another movie or two, right?
Ruby: And you know you’ll be able to buy this movie on DVD or Blu-Ray or whatever in just a few months, right?
Ginger: …it’s just not the same…
Ruby: What if I buy you an ice cream on the way home?
Ginger: …can I have sprinkles on it?
Ruby: Only if you don’t make me watch this movie again.
Ginger: I can’t promise that.
Ruby: I know. But can I have a few months before I see it again?
Ginger: ….can I have sprinkles on my ice cream?
Ginger: We have avoided our own civil war!
Ruby: Oh, if only Tony and Steve had thought of ice cream with sprinkles. Then I could have had 7.5 hours of my life back.
Ginger: …yeah. Ice cream with sprinkles solve so many problems.