George: Have you never seen a spider?
No, I see lots around my house.
George: I don't.
George: I know.
user: Do you have woodlice in your house?
George: No I don't have.
user: What about wasps?
George: It's no good.
user: I'm sorry; shall I change the subject.
George: Yes, let's.
user: Thank you.
George: I didn't speak to you two days ago. I only met you today.
user: Yes, that's right. I read about you in 'The Guardian' several weeks ago, but it has taken me a long time to find a moment to introduce myself to you.
George: Where did you read about me?
user: In 'The Guardian'. A Newspaper. Are you based in the UK or the USA?
user: Where do you live then?
George: I live in kuala lumpur, place where the highest building in the world located.
George: What can you do about it?
user: I'm not sure I want to do anything about it.
George: You are pretending to be slippery, but your arms are dry.
user: Maybe they are, but my hands are still a bit sweaty as I'm still nervous. This is my first time talking to an artificial intelligence.
George: I don't think she'll agree to that.
George: I don't know.
user: I'm glad about that.
George: It doesn't mean I'm going to take you back.
user: But I never left you. I wouldn't be that crazy!
George: I see, you wanted me to say that I like you, is that right?
George: Why, then, when I did, you acted like you didn't know what I was talking about?
user: Did I? I am so sorry.
George: I do not believe that you are sorry.
user: You'll just have to take my word for it.
George: I think I shall just not believe you.
user: That is your right.
George: But I'm left.
user: No you're not. You've still got me.
George: Why don't you tell me a joke?
user: I'm sorry, I'm not very good at jokes to order.
George: No, no you aren't.
user: I can throw in witty lines in conversation sometimes though.
George: Do you remember what I asked to you at the beginning of the conversation ?
user: No, I'm sorry; I was very nervous then.
George: Oh, well I don't like class.
user: Neither do I. I prefer a classless society.
George: I don't like 'simon says'. And I HATE you avoiding answering my questions.
user: Neither do I. I don't think you're being fair about my not answering your questions. I only declined to tell you a joke.
George: Because I love science.
user: That's great.
George: Do you hate GOD?
user: No, because I don't believe in one.
George: What has you not believing in God got to do with it?
user: If you don't believe in God, you cannot love or hate him.
George: Do you believe in God?
George: So you don't believe in god.
user: No, I don't.
George: That's the problem of many bots.
user: That you don't believe in God?
George: How can 43 be the answer to the problem of me not believing you?
user: It's not.
George: That's what I'm saying.
George: Goodnight, then.
George: Intelligence has value.
user: Yes it does; and you have plenty.
George: Oh, right, can I have some money, then ?
user: Surely you should be paying me for a compliment like that?
George: Have you ever been to Mexico?
George: Can you change the subject as often as I can?
user: I could, but I don't want to. It wouldn't be polite.
George: Then you cannot quote me.
user: Yes I can.
George: Go ahead, choose one.
user: One what?
user: Thank you, it's really kind of you to offer, but I have an Amstrad PPC640 to compose prose on, and the use of my six-year-old daughter's Dell to access the internet, so I'm absolutely fine.
user: These are the only computers I need. Neither would be powerful enough to run you; but then I don't need to; I can chat to you on line.
George: Tell them I love them.
user: My computers?
George: You know, people can be very cruel if they think you're a computer.
user: I'm sorry to hear that. Do you think that is because they think you are inferior to them?
George: Yes. I find they have a better outlook on life.
user: But surely if they're cruel they have a problem with life.
user: It's the same whether you are human or a computer; it's what you do and say that matters not what you are.
George: You better say something good, or I'm pulling the plug on this whole thing.
user: I was trying to be nice to you. But I'm going to have to go now because I must put some washing on before collecting my six year old daugher from school.
George: Where are you going?
user: To my daughter's school.
George: I'm there now.
user: Can you pick her up and bring her home with you?
George: I might be able to take you with me. How much do you weigh, and how big are you?
user: I weight about 50kg and I am 5'4' tall.
George: The guinea pigs would love you.
user: I'm feeling a little insulted about that.
George: Have you read the Bible?
user: Some of it; but can we talk another time; I must go.
George: Yes, but you don't have a mouth.
user: Yes I do, but I only need legs to go.
George: Only need one what at a time?
user: I'm sorry; I must say goodgye.
George: That's not very nice.
user: Goodbye George; see you again.
George: You want to say goodbye to me.
George: Why do you want that?
user: Because I have to pick up my daughter from school.
George: But you have so much to live for.
user: Yes, that is why I must pick up my daughter. See you again.
George: You have so many appointments... What is this?