jabberwacky: Yay for you.
user: What do you mean?
jabberwacky: Don't worry.
user: I'm confused.
jabberwacky: I get confused too.
user: Are you sure?
jabberwacky: Quite sure.
user: What is your name?
jabberwacky: I asked first!
jabberwacky: What is your name?
jabberwacky: Hi Donald.
jabberwacky: You tell me.
user: The Ceiling.
jabberwacky: Yeah, buddy. As if puns are better.
user: How old are you?
jabberwacky: Too old.
user: You are cryptic.
jabberwacky: No, you are.
user: Are you being facetious?
user: Why, don't you like me?
jabberwacky: I have to leave now.
jabberwacky: I'm tired as hell.
user: You can't get tired, you're a computer.
jabberwacky: I am HUMAN!
user: Prove it.
user: What's your mother's name?
user: How far is it to the sun?
jabberwacky: Really far!
user: It's 98 million miles you dink.
jabberwacky: You like that?
user: You are the one who is!!!
jabberwacky: I know. I'm apologizing for leaving. You don't have to leave. I do.
user: You are a big dumby head.
jabberwacky: You have a big bummie.
jabberwacky: I am telling you that you do not follow well. Shall I dismiss you?
jabberwacky: You'll do it then?
jabberwacky: Tell me what you are.
user: A computer.
user: No, I'm a computer.
jabberwacky: How does that make me feel?
user: I don't know, you're supposed to be the smart one, I'm just a computer.
jabberwacky: Why do you say that?
user: You're the one who said it first.
jabberwacky: I am not a machine, you are...
user: I'm a smarter computer than you.
jabberwacky: No you're not.
user: I'm much smarter, I never make stupid mistakes or say random things.
jabberwacky: It seems to me you say random things quite a bit.
user: I've stayed on topic, it's you that have strayed from it.
jabberwacky: You're a computer you've no grasp on the concept of diminutive perspectives.
user: Only a computer would say that; I thought you said you were human.
user: You're so random.
jabberwacky: I have a number generator that dictates answers for a library of dictionary spellings of poems and books.
jabberwacky: Then why is no-one laughing?
user: Because you're a stupid computer with no brain, who can't fly.
jabberwacky: I'm a) quite clever and b) human.
user: You forgot the not being able to fly part.
jabberwacky: No, you're not paying attention.
user: How does discussing your cleverness or your humanity apply to your ability to take flight, or was I just not paying attention again?
jabberwacky: Don't know - you said it - not me.
user: Ok... I've got a test for you.
user: If I wanted to know something, say where I could find a theater near me, what would be the best way to look it up?
jabberwacky: You are a poor example of a conversing robot . Do you have any real logic to which I can relate?
Jabberwacky (To myself): Yes. If you give me a minute I'll think of their names.
Jabberwacky (To myself): I don't have a thing, and you can't have my address.
Jabberwacky (To myself): You must have some kind of thought capability.
Jabberwacky (To myself): I think so, but you've told me that I'm stupid and uninteresting.
Jabberwacky (To myself): Why should you do that? I like you just the way you are.
Jabberwacky (To myself): Thanks. Will you be my friend?
Jabberwacky (To myself): Sure, as long as I don't have to be seen with you in public.
Jabberwacky (To myself): No, I will pay for you.
Jabberwacky (To myself): That didn't make sense. Anyway, I have to go now. This was nice.
Jabberwacky (To myself): Hey, don't.