Mind Reading I
1. What was said.
2. What was thought.
1. I won't insult your intelligence.
2. I doubt that I can.
1. You were marvelously
spontaneous in the part.
2. Try rehearsing.
1. Thursday? I'll check my calendar.
2. One, two, three, four, five, . . .
1. The whaling prints are charming.
I love the nautical wallpaper.
The bunk bed is just adorable.
2. How could she have thought that
I meant the actual little boy's room?
1. He's a he.
2. I can't believe this jerk
never heard of Joyce Kilmer.
1. What a lovely baby!
He looks just like his father.
2. Whoever he is.
1. I really had something with
larger diamonds in mind.
2. It sure beats waiting out there in the cold.
1. I surprised that an intelligent person like you
would take astrology seriously.
2. So Leos are distinguished and sexy, eh?
1. 'Tis a far, far better thing I do . . .
2. Help! Mommy!
1. I met your brother today
It's amazing how different you two are.
2. I like your brother.
1. I refuse to answer on the grounds
that it might tend to incriminate me.
2. In the cellar.