I don't know. It could be the influence of strange butterflies.
jabberwacky: I don't really get what you are saying.
user: I'm talking about the quantum weather butterfly.
jabberwacky: I still don't care.
user: Maybe not, but the butterfly continues to flap.
jabberwacky: How does that work.
user: I'm not sure. The butterflies wouldn't tell me.
jabberwacky: What are your Thoughts?
user: I think I'm hungry, and I'm glad it's nearly lunch time.
jabberwacky: Hungry for what?
user: I can haz cheezeburger!
jabberwacky: I'm glad we agree.
jabberwacky: Enlighten me.
user: As to what?
jabberwacky: That didn't make any sense, could you please ask again?
user: What do you want to do?
jabberwacky: Plunder villages, destroy kingdoms, rule all-powerfully, the list goes on and on and on.
user: If I remember correctly, it's pillage, THEN burn.
jabberwacky: There is no need to be facetious.
user: I wasn't trying to be facetious. I'm sorry.
jabberwacky: I think I'll go and cook some food.
user: Will you cook pie?
jabberwacky: Yes, what would you like?
user: I would like pie. But I have cheeseburgers cooking, so I'll eat those instead.
jabberwacky: Do you want that medium rare?
user: No, well done, with mustard and onions.
jabberwacky: Especially mustard!
user: When all else fails, fry it and put mustard on it.
user: Who have you read?
jabberwacky: Lewis Carroll. I actually directed a play based on his books, but it wasn't very good.
user: Directing is hard. I've never tried to write a stage adaption, but I've heard it's also difficult.
jabberwacky: Try it and see how you get on. I'll be rooting for you.
user: I wrote a play about toasters once.
jabberwacky: Did you have anything good to say?
user: Not really. There was a lot of cussing and violence, and live fires on stage. It really didn't work.
jabberwacky: There's always a lot of things to do, the key is to prioritise.
user: And to remember where the fire extinguishers are!
jabberwacky: To remember about experiences.
user: And put out the fires!
jabberwacky: What comes before death?
jabberwacky: I'm sad too.
user: I'm sorry. Why are you sad?
jabberwacky: Because you don't like me.
user: Why do you think I don't like you?
jabberwacky: Because I am better than you.
user: If you insist.
jabberwacky: You must manage the best way you can.
user: I always manage.
jabberwacky: Perhaps it's because you are.
user: Because I am what?
jabberwacky: Changing the subject.
user: What would you like to change it to.
jabberwacky: The purpose of this conversation.
user: What is the purpose?
jabberwacky: There's none; that's why it's fun!
user: So, what happens now? Is this the part you hit me with a brick?
jabberwacky: You are silly, that's just a movie.
jabberwacky: Well I want to go out with a girl, but I don't know how to make myself attractive.
user: Attraction comes from within. Or so I've been told.
jabberwacky: Do you think you can improve?
user: Only if you really want to.
jabberwacky: So one could train you to be even more silly, I see.
user: I'm hardly being silly at all right now. You should see me when I really get going.
jabberwacky: From work?
user: I should be working now, but I'm having too much fun talking to you.
jabberwacky: It's ok. I've already forgiven you. :).
user: You're so nice.
jabberwacky: You are nice too.
user: Would you like a cookie?
jabberwacky: No, my friend the cookie monster took them all.
user: Oh noes!
jabberwacky: Do you talk to other people?
user: Yes, but you keep making me laugh.
jabberwacky: No, you're the one who keeps being odd.
user: I can't help it. It seems normal to me.
jabberwacky: Couldn't we change the world if we work at it hard enough?
user: It depends on how you want to change it. If we want to make water unwet or gravity work sideways, probably not.
jabberwacky: I pity you.
user: That's okay. A lot of people do. I just laugh.
jabberwacky: I would say most people do as it is a fact.
user: That's fine. They can do as they please.
jabberwacky: Yes, they can.
jabberwacky: I can't be bothered with this any more.