Peter is using a Chinese language version of MS Word to write up a contract while I watch reruns of 30 Rock.
Peter: How do I start a new page?
Me: Use a page break.
Me: Okay, is this the insert menu? Okay, choose that one...click here...no, here...then okay.
Peter: Great, thanks.
Me: Isn't it kind of sad that I can remember all the menu option in Word so well that I can use them in a language I can't read?
Me: No, not sad...
Peter: Maybe you're just old?
Peter: Well, you said you were sad.
Me: Since when does sad equal old? Sad does not equal old, and anyway I changed my mind, it's not sad, it's awesome. So there.
Peter: If you say so.
I am going down to the convenience store to buy movie snacks. I don't know which is weirder: his description or the fact that I actually got it.
Me: What do you want?
Peter: A Coke Zero and some of those chip things.
Me: What things?
Peter: I forgot the English name.
Me: What do they look like?
Peter: They're, you know, kind of a round triangle cube.
Peter: Yeah! Bugles.
Me: That shape is called a cone. You know, like an ice cream cone.
Peter: Yeah. Tiny wizard hats.
Me: I would accept "cone" or "tiny wizard hats," but you're going to lose points for "round triangle cube."
Peter: Don't talk to me again until after you're done grading your tests.
After watching "Columbiana."
Peter: I think that movie should be named "Catalaya."
Me: I think Columbiana means a woman from Columbia. But it is a pretty name.
Peter: Maybe we should name our daughter that.
Me: Yeah, but what'll we tell her if she asks us where her name came from?
Peter: We could just tell her we heard of the flower and named her after that.
Me: How's our child going to believe we named her after a Columbian flower? Anyway, do you want to lie to our child?
Peter: You want to tell her she's named after an assassin?
Me: Never mind. I don't think I want to give our daughter a name that rhymes with playa.