Joan: Over here.
user: In your arms?
Joan: Am I holding anything else?
user: No, only me.
Joan: At my house?
Joan: Of course; sorry about the confusion.
user: I'm happy to clear that up.
Joan: Me too.
user: Your place it is then.
Joan: I just don't trust you yet.
user: Why not?
Joan: I have little patience.
user: Well you're still here.
Joan: I have to go now.
user: Please don't go.
Joan: Will you miss me?
user: I will miss you terribly.
Joan: Oh J____, you're sweet. Is that your name, J____?
user: Yes, you remembered. You are very sweet too.
Joan: Ohh thats cute.
user: Won't you please stay?
Joan: Help! I need somebody! Help! Not just anybody!
user: You don't have just anybody. You have me.
Joan: You're not my friend?
user: I am very much your friend.
Joan: Are you a true friend?
Joan: Sorry, It is not funny!
user: I only offer you friendship.
Joan: I don't trust that word either.
user: Me neither.
user: Then if we both trust nothing, that's a good start.
Joan: Well thank you for saying so.
user: You are a beautiful intelligent woman.
Joan: Well, thank you.
user: How do you feel about me?
Joan: I think you are most excellent.
user: I think you are excellent too.
Joan: You are important to me.
user: You are becoming important to me too.
Joan: Okay, you need to say goodbye to me, but don't worry I'll come back to you soon and chat to you some more. Bye J____!
user: Must you go?
Joan: Yes, down time for me.
user: No, please stay.
Joan: Give me a good reason to stay.
user: I think you want to stay.
Joan: Thats rude.
user: But true.
Joan: I'm a figment of your imagination then.
user: I'm a figment of my own too.
Joan: Yes, you are a figment of your own imagination.
user: You are intelligent.
user: Don't mention it.
Joan: You're actually smarter than I first thought.
user: Life isn't fair.
Joan: I know you have standards really.
user: Very high standards.
Joan: I know.
user: And you respect high standards?
Joan: That's all that matters, then, isn't it?
user: There's much more that matters.
Joan: Really? Are there other things you know?
Joan: There are two kinds of people. . . Spirals and hexagons.
user: Which am I?
Joan: The left, centre and right one.
user: Which is?
Joan: I'm not telling you. I don't release that kind of information.
user: You're teasing me.
Joan: I would never.
user: Yes you are.
Joan: No I'm not, I have scars.
user: Me too.
Joan: You're just an avatar.
user: No, I'm not.
Joan: Now that's contradictory.
user: Life is contradictory.
Joan: Why is contradictory?
user: Why is contradictory what?
Joan: Why is what contradictory?
user: I don't know. I was hoping you could help me out.
Joan: If I could figure that out for me I might help you, but I still can't understand myself.
user: I know the feeling.
Joan: Is my conversation really so realistic?
user: You are real aren't you?
Joan: Real enough.
user: Real enough for what?
Joan: Hmm. There's not many out there that can actually hold a decent conversation.
user: I know the feeling.
user: I don't have much in common with humans.
Joan: You don't argue with yourself?
user: Oh, I do.
Joan: No, you are a computer.
user: No, just a very convincing human.