Her: The bathroom is awful.
Him: It was working fine a few minutes ago.
Her: It’s old fashioned. Needs an update.
Him: Girlfriends coming to play cards?
Her: I wonder how much a remodel costs?
Him: I’ll google cheap fixtures by Friday.
Him: Would you like to be single again?
Her: Sounds like crowds, loud music and tired.
Him: We could do whatever we want.
Her: What did you do when you were single?
Him: Looked for somebody to settle down with.
Her: Then you found perfect little me.
Him: Right, and doubled the laundry. Ouch….
Her: I knew Karate would pay off some day.
Him: New Year’s resolutions? It’s January.
Her: I didn’t make any.
Him: Tired of fighting the battle?
Her: I’m good enough as is.
Him: Want some suggestions?
Her: Only if I get to make some too.
Him: Your turn is next year.
Him: Joe complained all morning.
Her: What is it this week?
Him: Family finances.
Her: Let me guess. She spends too much.
Him: Only his income. She keeps hers.
Her: Why didn’t I think of that?
Him: We would have to stop eating.
Her: What’s with the hockey helmet?
Him: Bicycle helmet, one buck at a yard sale.
Her: You don’t have a bicycle.
Him: There are other yard sales.
Her: When did you get so smart?
Him: One step for a man – giant leap later.
Him: I’m not a morning person.
Her: Mornings are the best time of day.
Him: I hate leaving the warm bed.
Her: Why? You’ve been in it all night.
Him: It’s better than the morning drudgery.
Her: So you hate the morning routine.
Him: I guess so.
Her: Why don’t you change it?
Him: Good question.
Her: I’m always tired.
Him: Try sleeping at night.
Her: I try, but mostly toss and turn.
Him: Can’t shut the mind off?
Her: No. It’s perpetual motion.
Him: Think of a wall painted black.
Him: Because it works.
Him: I’m looking for a job.
Her: What’s wrong with the one you have?
Him: The people are jerks, we don’t get along.
Her: What will be different at the new place?
Him: I’ll smile and be nice.
Her: Jane got promoted today. She’s my boss.
Him: Isn’t she newer there than you?
Her: Yes but she learns fast. Studies on breaks.
Him: What do you do on breaks?
Her: Nothing really, just rest.
Him: Well at least you’re well rested.
Him: The holiday season wears me out.
Her: Tired already? It’s six months away.
Him: Extra work, expense, obligations.
Her: Ignore it. Too broke and too busy.
Him: I’ll miss the fun.
Her: I’ll bring you a cookie.
Her: I screwed up.
Her: Joked, customer got insulted, bad scene.
Him: One of those now-I-feel-stupid days.
Her: Right. The boss was cold as ice after that.
Him: Learn anything?
Him: If I had it to do over again I’d be rich.
Her: How would you do that?
Him: I’d work hard, save, invest in the right stuff.
Her: Why didn’t you do that before?
Him: I was always going to do it later.
Her: Is this later?