Q. What's your major?
Q. Where did you grow up?
Q. What kind of music are you into?
Q. Where do you work?
Q. Do you want to come over?
Q. What time can you come over?
Q. Do you have to go now?
Q. Do you want to do something next week?
Q. When are you free?
Q. What would you rather watch, Volver or Dazed and Confused?
Q. Do you want to meet my parents?
Q. Who's that guy who's always calling you?
Q. What do you mean, "just friends"?
Q. Why didn’t you say so before?
Q. Why does he call you so late at night?
Q. Isn’t that a little odd for a friend?
Q. What’s wrong?
Q. Why can’t you talk about this stuff with me?
I major in psychology.
It's this small little town called Fence. It was my mom and dad and me, and Ruddy, our dog. I loved Ruddy.
I can quote Biggie for you. But my favorite is Cat Power. I like to sit in the dark and listen to Moon Pix. I can loan it to you, it's great.
I work at the senior home. Before that I worked at the grocery store.
I could come over, sure.
I have to do some laundry, but then I can come over.
I have to wake up early, and if I don’t sleep, I get grumpy. I better leave.
Yeah, we can do something next week. I’m pretty busy, but Wednesday after I’m done with my test, the rest of the week is pretty much free.
Volver. But I’ll watch whatever.
It’s okay, you don’t have to introduce me to them. I don’t feel like it’s necessary.
It's this guy Rob. We’re just friends. I've known him for like three years.
I didn’t think it was something you needed to know.
Sometimes he needs to tell me things, and so he calls me up. I usually leave my phone on even when I’m asleep.
I don’t want to talk about it.
Stop it, OK.
I can’t answer all this for you.
I've been feeling weird lately. I don't know. I don’t want to end up like Anna Karenina.