Ginger: I love that I always know where to find you in the bookstore.
Ginger: Honestly, if I don’t see you in the romance section, I know I can find you in the craft section.
Ruby: Sorry, I sort of got caught up in this book…
Ginger: Crochet patterns?
Ginger: I thought you did more knitting than crochet.
Ruby: Well, yeah, but this looked interesting…
Ginger: Creepy Crawly Crochet? RUBY. YOU MUST HAVE THIS BOOK.
Ruby: Must I?
Ginger: THERE ARE ZOMBIES. MADE OUT OF CROCHET.
Ruby: Please stop shouting. We’re in a bookstore – keep your voice down.
Ginger: Ruby. If you do not buy this book, I will buy it for you.
Ruby: Really? Because you think I’m going to crochet you a few zombies for Christmas?
Ginger: Don’t be ridiculous. I want that crochet C’thulhu from the cover for Christmas. The zombies are my birthday present. Clearly.
Ruby: Clearly. You know I’m already knitting you another scarf, right? And two more projects lined up after that -all for you.
Ginger: Look, you like to stay busy…I like to have handmade optical illusions wrapped around my neck in the winter. It’s really a win-win.
Ruby: Sure it is.
Ginger: Crocheted. Zombies.
Ruby: I know…but this keeps ME busy. What do we get you to keep YOU busy?
Ginger: Oh, we have that covered. Have you heard of the Somerton Man?
Ruby: Should I?
Ginger: I’m going to crack the code. And solve the mystery. I’m buying this book.
Ruby: …Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam? Do I really want to know?
Ginger: I’ll tell you all about it while you drive us to get coffee.
Ruby: …okay, but I’m not drinking any more coffee today.
Ginger: You’ve only had one cup! Of decaf!
Ruby: Do you want me to let you buy this book of crochet patterns for me or not?
Ginger: …okay, fine.