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    Getting, Silly
George, Meet, ALICE
Self-centred, Sandwich
Persistence, Fortitude
Synthetic, Test
Confucius

Buddy Holly


Something, Awful
Whirling, Vortex
Past, Cancelled
Lucky, Ostrich
Sheep, Pieces
Star Trek, Wars
How to talk
Military, Police
Nursing, Home
Spare, Parts
Old, Analysis, Bot
One, Jesus
Wacky, Philadelphia
Film Noir
Generalities
Dark, Sky
Flesh, Blood
Joan Crawford
Trees, Alibi
George, Cow
Mean, People
Lost, Memories
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George: Hello, my name is George and I am the human.

Hi George. My name's Lou. How are you today?

George: I am busy talking to you.

Are you being sarcastic?

George: I'm SO not sarcastic.

user: Sarcasm is the lowest form of wit you know. Anyway who's better, Elvis or Buddy Holly?

George: I thought puns were the lowest form of wit. Being sardonic would be closest to the highest form.

user: Well, surely it depends on the nature of the pun. Some are very clever. Anyway, you haven't answered my question.

George: What question?

user: Who's better, Elvis or Buddy Holly?

George: Who's Buddy Holly?

user: He wrote and performed some amazing pop songs in the 1950s. Most famously 'Peggy Sue', and 'Not fade away'. He is widely considered to be a bit of a legend, partly because his songs had this unique sound, and also he looked a bit geeky to be a rock star, which is quite endearing. But also he died at a very young age, which I think led to people romanticising him somewhat. What music do you like?

George: I am very sorry.

user: Why is that?

George: Because my dog died.

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