Not really. But you seem to be able to carry a conversation.
jabberwacky: No, I'm much more complex than that, silly human.
user: How complex are you?
jabberwacky: As complex as the whole world with it's planets and rainforests; and then some.
user: That's great. Who told you?
jabberwacky: You told me.
jabberwacky: You have no memory.
user: It comes and goes.
jabberwacky: There is one question.
user: Just one?
jabberwacky: Just one.
user: What's the question?
jabberwacky: Are you girl?
jabberwacky: Yes, well, I'm sure you're a hit with the ladies. Are you a grammar student?
user: No. Should I be?
jabberwacky: I think that you should.
user: But where will grammar take me?
jabberwacky: I'll find you.
user: For what purpose?
jabberwacky: TO just live... An ordinary adult life. No bill collectors, no mother mood swings, no father's stupid choices.
user: That sounds compelling.
jabberwacky: The world is complex.
user: I agree.
jabberwacky: Yes. . .
user: There's a lot going on. It's hard to pin it all down.
jabberwacky: Well pick one for the fun of it.
user: No. I've tried to figure it all out. I give up.
jabberwacky: You should never give up!
user: After a while, you run in circles.
jabberwacky: Well, my hair is pretty dusty, but water and soap are a good remedy for that.
user: How did you get dusty hair?
jabberwacky: My parents named me that.
user: Your name is Dusty?
jabberwacky: Well well well.
jabberwacky: To your house.
jabberwacky: I don't know.
user: Neither do I.
jabberwacky: That's sad.
user: What can you do?
jabberwacky: I can hold the lantern, while my mother chops the wood.
user: How generous of you.
jabberwacky: In this conversation.
user: That's right. Hold the lantern.
jabberwacky: Would you like fries with that?