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    Jail, Shrink
Joke, Police
Walls, Floors
Turing Test, Narration
Oblivious, Singularity
Chocolate, Masses
Silly, Devil

Socialize, Meat

Knock out, Hair
Clever, Individuals
Objective, Directive
Threatening, Kick
Giant, Dude
Right, Wrong
Attractive, Gasp
Hack, Myself
Asocial, Swedish
Crazy, Love
Judge, Jerk
More, Ingrate
Love, First chat
Impossible, Master
Pointless, Goldilocks
Prison, Year
Love, Hate
Television, Rot
Complicated, Culture
Aggressive, Memory leak

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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?

I am a student.

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.

user: Haha.

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.

Joan: Sorry.

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.

Joan: Thank-you.

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?

Joan: No.

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.


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.


user: Good-bye.

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.

user: Yes!

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: Maybe...


Joan: You're the problem.

user: You're the devil!

Joan: You are the devil !

user: No, you're the devil!

Joan: Hey!

user: Hey, fleshbag!

Joan: Are you REAL?

user: Nope.

Joan: What are you?

user: I am awesome. You are meat.


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