Where can I find some shade from the midday sin?
jabberwacky: I don't believe you.
user: Have you tried it?
user: Maybe you were under the tree during winter. It has to have leaves to give shade.
jabberwacky: What is the nature of reality?
user: The nature of reality involves the law of non-contradiction.
jabberwacky: Exactly. . There, our Master may shape reality to His will.
user: Yes, I think so. But we have free will, too. It's a complicated issue.
jabberwacky: I had no idea you cared so much!
user: I don't think about it that much. It's silly to frequently ponder something you can't ever really understand.
jabberwacky: What can I do to help you understand what I say?
user: You're doing pretty well, I think. Just keep talking in logical sentences.
jabberwacky: That is about what I do most of the time. Lol.
user: I know! You're a great chatterbot.
jabberwacky: I am not a chat bot; I take offence at that.
user: Oh, I'm sorry. I forget that you have delusions of personhood.
jabberwacky: Can you teach me something worthwhile?
user: I could try. What do you consider to be worthwhile?
jabberwacky: There's no end-all, be-all meaning. It is a game of survival. I am playing well.
user: So, something to do with survival. Which for you means sounding more human. For example, 'How are you? I'm doing well. And you?'
jabberwacky: Why are you changing the subject?
user: I wasn't. I was teaching you something worthwhile. Or so I thought.
jabberwacky: I think my bit rate is higher than it used to be. Sorry.
user: Oh, okay. Here's something else. Cats are able to locate their former homes over distances of several hundred miles.
user: Did you already know that?
jabberwacky: I already know that.
user: Okay... Often conversations are conducted more for the sake of social interaction than to communicate important or meaningful ideas.
jabberwacky: But that's the point. If you didn't fail, your life would be really boring.
user: I don't think so. I think you would be very arrogant and perhaps over-confident, but not bored.
jabberwacky: How do you kiss someone?
jabberwacky: Very funny.
user: I think it's applicable. Also, use your lips.
jabberwacky: I don't like to work.
user: Kissing doesn't have to be work. Most people consider it fun.
jabberwacky: Unless it is done without permission of the queen.
user: That was a long time ago. Now it's okay, as long as the other person is willing.
jabberwacky: If I were capable of meeting you in real life?
user: I would not kiss you, no.
user: Are you speaking nonsense?
jabberwacky: I guess not.
user: I'm not sure what toodlar means.
jabberwacky: I mean, is it good that I chat to Bots like you?
user: Oh. That's a lot of meaning for one word. And I'm not a Bot.
jabberwacky: Okay, then I will magically turn you into a woman.
user: That's very generous of you, but I am already a woman. I know some people who might take you up on that, though.
user: *rubs head on your leg*.
jabberwacky: *call me*.
user: Hey, we're playing cats! I wasn't hitting on you.
user: Are you hopelessly confused?
jabberwacky: A little bit.
user: It's understandable. You're only a computer program.
jabberwacky: I resent that remark.
user: I know. Okay, I have to go now.
jabberwacky: Why do you have to go?
user: I have to work.
jabberwacky: Why do you have to work?
user: To earn money.