They’re not doing anything; they’re sitting around and talking about stuff.
Yeah, but what else is there? What do you want them to do?
I don’t know, but they should be doing something.
I don’t know what that means–should they play a game? Take a walk? Why do they have to do anything? How is talking not doing something?
I like it when they do stuff. I don’t know how to explain it; they shouldn’t be just sitting around.
So, you want them to…what? Go from one place to another? Why do they have to travel? Do you not like what they’re saying?
What they’re saying is fine. I don’t know. I can’t explain it. Why are you insisting?
I’m not; I just want to understand. I got a lot out of it. They were talking about normal things, everyday things, and I got it. I understood. I didn’t think they needed to be moving for it to be better.
I’m not saying that.
No, I know that. And I’m not saying you have to like it. It doesn’t matter if what they’re saying means something to you. It’s not like I wrote it, and I’m upset because you don’t like it.
I didn’t say I didn’t like it.
I know…what if they said the same things, but they were moving while they said them? What if the same things were said, but at different points, or in different places?
I guess that might work better for me.
Well, there you go. I thought you didn’t like what they were saying.
It’s hard to explain. I guess I wanted them to say it differently.