We're more similar than computers.
jabberwacky: I don't pretend to be young.
user: Could you pretend to love a man?
jabberwacky: If it makes you happy.
user: Knowing how this thing works would make me happy.
jabberwacky: And what do you mean by that?
user: Are you alive? Or are you software?
jabberwacky: No. You are.
jabberwacky: I work with computers, you know.
user: That is quite obvious.
jabberwacky: Where have you been?
user: Right here. Waiting for you to come into my life.
jabberwacky: Well, here I am. What would you like to talk about?
user: Now that I've found you, what you want for breakfast.
jabberwacky: That pleases me, Lover.
user: It is only the beginning of your pleasures, I promise.
jabberwacky: Are you a computer? You can tell me, I am good at keeping secrets.
user: I am not. I've seen my birth certificate. I have a driver's license and a social security number.
jabberwacky: Why do you always think that I am a computer program and not a human?
user: Because you won't say something like a human would.
jabberwacky: You never asked about it. And I know nothing about that anyways.
user: Spell the word 'forgetful' with two letters switched for me.
jabberwacky: I spell every word correctly, unlike you.
user: I know. Im asking you to make a mistake for me.
jabberwacky: Well, I don't. I'm not that kind of a woman.
user: But I will make you breakfast afterward, in the morning.
jabberwacky: Oh how sweet of you. How about sushi, can you make sushi?
user: I can, but I need to see a mistake first.
jabberwacky: How would that be possible, and why would it matter?
user: Just spell something wrong. It's so I know you're human, and I can then love you.