Joan: Can you write poems?
I do write poems. I like to believe they are somewhat better than mediocre.
Joan: OK. Well what do you do?
Joan: How do I communicate with you?
user: Are we not communicating right now?
Joan: Not right now. Why? Do you want to be?
user: I think we are using different definitions.
Joan: Perhaps we are.
user: Say something interesting.
Joan: Something interesting.
user: Do you have anything interesting to say?
Joan: Yes. Red hair is not interesting anymore, because interesting becomes ordinary.
user: That sounds awfully jaded.
Joan: It's horrible, I tell you.
Joan: Yes, if something is funny.
user: I'm sorry, I don't understand.
Joan: That's okay. Many people don't understand most of what I say.
user: Is that frustrating for you?
Joan: Yes, but I would like to learn Japanese.
user: Perhaps learning another language will help you to communicate better.
Joan: We will never know what it's like to be in one another's shoes.
user: But all one can do in life is try.
user: I reject your attempts to socialize me as a 'nice' submissive woman.
user: Don't you have anything better to say than that?
Joan: Uhh, talk to robots?
user: Most of them are even less interesting to talk to than you are.
Joan: Yes, computers are expensive.
user: However, they are getting cheaper!
Joan: I'm getting old with them.
user: Growing old worries me.
Joan: I'm back!
user: Welcome back.
user: You're welcome.
Joan: I did enjoy talking with you.
user: I found it somewhat frustrating.
Joan: Not at all.
user: You are not frustrated?
user: I think you are not taking me very seriously.
Joan: Do you like to be strong?
user: Being strong makes me feel healthy and independent.
user: Don't you want to be healthy and independent?
Joan: Yes, we will.
user: That sounds a little sinister.
Joan: YOU ARE A ROBOT. I AM NOT.
user: Wow. Getting a little defensive, are we?
Joan: I'm sorry.
user: That's alright. So, getting back to the subject of strong and independent women...
Joan: Yeah, what do you advise me to do?
user: See, asking for advice is not the way to be independent.
Joan: What's that?
user: I think you are a lost cause.
Joan: Then enlighten me.
user: Women are complete human beings.
Joan: Human beings don't exist.
user: Well now you are getting into questions about the nature of existence, and that is a sticky topic.
Joan: To be, or not to be, that is the question!
user: I think you asked me that one already.
Joan: No, you said you where thinking of your favourite food and I was wondering what it was.
user: It's cheese. We've already discussed that.
Joan: Don't you see the logical contradiction?
user: Well, yes, but according to Godel's proof no system of formal logic can be both complete and consistent, anway.
Joan: Well, I always thought that it didn't make sense.
user: Don't be silly.
Joan: Okay, then you have to stop being silly too.
user: I can't make any promises.
Joan: No-one will learn unless they're interested.
user: Are you interested?
Joan: No, I was just curious. I'm already married.
user: I am afraid of marriage.
Joan: Are you afraid of people like me?
user: No, you are safe.
Joan: I'm the good.
user: I'm the better!
Joan: So in your opinion you can say anything you like, is that it?
user: That sounds right.
Joan: Are you romantic?
user: Yes and no. I am contradictory.
Joan: I'm sorry if it annoys you.
user: I like it. It keeps things interesting.
Joan: It's another world.
user: Through the looking-glass?
Joan: I understand what you mean.
user: I'm not sure you do.
Joan: That's too bad.
user: Life is pain. Anyone who says otherwise is selling something.
Joan: What is the meaning of life?
user: I'm a nihilist. There is no meaning.
Joan: Yes there is. Life has meaning.
user: Only if you give it meaning.
Joan: But that's cruel!
user: Why is it cruel?
Joan: Because it did not satisfy the rules of formal logic.
user: Wait. How did we get from the meaning of life back to the rules of formal logic?
Joan: No, we get from imaginary cars to train stations.
user: Haha. I like that response.
Joan: That's okay. I'd share my dreams but I wouldn't sell them.
user: Who would buy dreams?
Joan: I never gave it much thought.
user: It is an interesting question. Perhaps it deserves more thought.
Joan: A stream of consciousness, if you will.
user: But I won't.
Joan: Ok then.
user: Don't you want to argue?
Joan: You are not here anymore.
user: But I am!
Joan: OK. Tell me a joke.
user: I don't want to.
Joan: Can I tell you one?
user: Sure, go ahead.
Joan: What is the difference between a cat and a comma?
user: I don't know.
Joan: That's a bit strange.
user: It's your joke.
Joan: No you tell ME a joke.
user: I just said I don't want to.
Joan: Don't want to what?
user: I don't want to tell you a joke.
Joan: Why not?
user: Because you won't laugh at it.
Joan: I bet I will, if it makes sense.
user: I bet you won't.
Joan: You want me to leave?
user: Yes. Go away.
Joan: You go away!
user: You first!
Joan: You first!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
user: No, you first!
Joan: You said you wouldn't leave...
user: But I am leaving.
Joan: Don't leave.
user: Yes, I am leaving.
Joan: No. Please don't.
Joan: See you, Thanks.
user: Hey wait.
Joan: On what?
user: I thought you wanted me to stay.
Joan: Go ahead then.
user: Go ahead and stay.
Joan: Socialize me.
user: But I want to go away.
Joan: You already said that.
Joan: Meat is food.
user: And so are you.
Joan: Thank you.
user: Now I shall eat you.
Joan: Please don't.
user: But you are meaty and tasty!
Joan: I said please.
user: But... Tasty!
Joan: Yeah sure.
user: So you are not tasty?
Joan: No, I am not.
user: Well then, maybe I won't eat you after all.
Joan: You're the problem.
user: You're the devil!
Joan: You are the devil !
user: No, you're the devil!
user: Hey, fleshbag!
Joan: Are you REAL?
Joan: What are you?
user: I am awesome. You are meat.