This is a fun two-minute play from a Chicago theatre group called the Neo-Futurists. It was featured on the radio show/podcast This American Life. Remind you of anything? Here's a transcript: Her: Title. Go. Him: Statement. Statement. Statement. Question? Her: Agreement. Him: Reassured statement. Confident statement. Confident Statement. Overconfident statement. Her: Question? Him: Elaborate defensive excuse. Her: Half-hearted agreement. Him: Insecure statement. Distracted statement. Absurd statement. Her: Clarification question? Him: Hemming bullshit explanation. Quick, meaningless, comic non sequitur. Fake laughter. Ha ha. Fake laughter. Ha ha. Accidental compliment of physical characteristics. Her: Pleased response. Him: Shocked continuation of meaningless comic non sequitur. Ha ha. Relief laughter. Relief laughter. Her: Superficial compliment. Him: Self-assured agreement as denial. ... Exaggerated statement. Exaggerated statement. Grossly exaggerated statement. Her: Clarification question? Him: Extremely exaggerated elucidation. Her: Gentle compliment with accidental double entendre. Him: Ha ha. Confident laughter. Her: Laughter. Him: Confident laughter. Confident, suggestive proposition. Her: Violent denial! Him: Aghast repetition as question? Her: Disgusted, violent denial! Him: Defensive, incriminating implication. Her: Offensive retort! Him: ... Aggressive childish insult! Her: Disbelieving rhetorical question? Him: Aggressive childish insult. Her: Long silence. Him: ... Aggressive childish insult! Her: Aggressive childish retort! Him: Aggressive childish retort! Her: Aggressive childish retort! Him: Attempted condescending conclusive statement! Her: Brilliant scathing remark with literary allusion and long-term devastating scatological implication! Him: Pathetic self-revelation.