Ruby: Ginger, you cannot claim The Terminator as one of your favorite romance films.
Ginger: That’s weird, because I already did. I think you have “cannot” confused with “should not.”
Ruby: So, you acknowledge it is not a romantic film?
Ginger: No, I acknowledge your choice of words was not correct.
Fly: What’s going on?
Ginger: I had to take a survey at the movie theatre.
Ruby: I think you have “had to” confused with “decided to.”
Ginger: I acknowledge the correction. I stand by my choice of words.
Ruby: She was asked for her favorite five romance films.
Fly: And The Terminator made the list?
Ginger: Considering the other films I listed, it shouldn’t be a surprise.
Fly: What were the other films?
Ginger: Sin City, Slither, 300, and of course, The Princess Bride.
Fly: I…wish I was surprised.
Ruby: You always watch Dirty Dancing! Why isn’t THAT on your list?
Ginger: Because it’s a DANCE movie.
Ruby: Don’t take her side!
Fly: Why not? Her idea of a romantic movie sounds more fun… Maybe we should try one of her romantic movies on date night.
Ginger: …….wait, you two spend time together when I’m not here? Being……….romantic?
Ruby: Only when we’re very, very bored.
Fly: Which does happen, since you’re not here to entertain us.
Ginger: Huh. Well, then. There’s really only one thing to do.
Ruby: I don’t trust her word choices today… You ask her.
Fly: What is the one thing to do, Ginger?
Ginger: I will have to loan you my entire romance movie collection when I go on vacation.
Ruby: I think I don’t trust YOUR word choices either.