Ginger: Ruby, did you do this?
Ruby: …your dishes? No. Magic elves did them.
Ginger: I know that. I’m asking if you did this – the magnets on the fridge have been re-arranged.
Ruby: How can you even tell?
Ginger: How can you not? The squares are no longer in the corners and they’re crooked. The alphabet letters no longer spell out ‘SER3NITY’ and the princess magnets no longer tell a wordless story of triumph over evil.
Ruby: I would say I’m starting to worry about you, but that would imply I had only just started to worry about you.
Ginger: So you’re saying you didn’t do this?
Ruby: I am saying I did not do this.
Ginger: There’s only one explanation left.
Ruby: Please don’t say ‘ghost.’
Ginger: Ghost. Get the salt.
Ruby: I am not getting you salt just so you can pour it in a circle around your refrigerator.
Ginger: Why not?
Ruby: I’m pretty sure it wasn’t a ghost.
Ginger: Show your proof.
Ruby: You had people over for dinner last night, right?
Ruby: Some of them were cooking in your kitchen, right?
Ginger: Obviously. I don’t cook and no one wanted Chinese food delivered.
Ruby: Right. So, one or more played with the magnets on your fridge.
Ginger: But, why? Why would anyone do such a thing?
Ruby: Because your magnets are hilarious. Also, your alphabet magnets now read ‘HI G1NJ3R.’ Kind of a clue.
Ginger: But why not put the others back in their proper places on the fridge?
Ruby: Probably because none of them know how eerily close to full-blown OCD you really are.
Ginger: I prefer CDO. It’s alphabetically correct.
Ruby: So Fly keeps telling me.