(“Pizzicato”) (laughter) – Is it Dijon that I don’t like? – Huh? – Dijon mustard, do I
like it, do I not like it? – No, you don’t like Dijon. – Ehhh, I think I like it. Mind if I get two, one for me and my wife? – Sure. – Thank you. – Mind if I grab one for my husband? – Sure. – Double weenies! – Double weenies! Should we bring a bottle
of wine to Sarah’s party? – Yeah, oof. – Ooh. – Aye hey hey, how about
this one, two for five? – I like it. You drove Betty Boop. – I knew that, just testing you. – A/C is on. – Yeah, I know. – Ewwwww. (heavy metal music playing) – You know I should probably get something for Sarah as a gift, so I’m just going to run in there. Okay? Five minutes, five minutes. (“Pizzicato”) All done. – Oh cool, what did you get for Sarah? (“Pizzicato”) – How late do you want to stay? – Geeze I don’t know, there’s a couple Real Housewives on the DVR. – Ooo, okay. Uh, alright we’ll play it by ear. (knocks on door) – There’s that girl I
was telling you about. – Who? – Don’t look. Do you see her? – I literally have no idea what I’m supposed to do right now. – Should we be mingling? – I think we’re the only couple here. (party attendees talking) – This is bad. – This is horrible wine. – But he’s really nice. – Cool. – Yeah, um, we broke up the other day. – Gotta go man, sorry. – Ohh. – Oh, I hope your tummy feels better. – [Woman in Plaid] Thank you. – Thanks for coming out. – [Man] Thanks for having us. – It means a lot to me, it really does. – [Man] Oh no, happy birthday. – [Woman in Blue] Thank you. – Can we get Taco Bell on the way home? – God, I love you. (“Pizzicato”) Tacos, tacos, tacos. (“Pizzicato”) – Can I just two more? Thank you. – Uh sir, I know what you’re doing. Yeah, walk away.