Mr. Bunion: Oh! How are you folks? How's the world treating you both, any way?
Woman: Oh! Thank you very well indeed! How is Mr. Bunion? Excepting--
Man: Yes, I was going to say excepting myself, the world is not treating--
Mr. Bunion: Oh! is that so? What is the
Woman: Aw! Nothing is the matter with him, no, Mr. Bunion, he just likes to complain. He's always com-
Man: No, Dear, I'm not always complaining! I was merely go to say that I --
Mr. Bunion: Well, it is this way--
Woman: Why, Hen, I never years you when you were not finding fault with one thing or the other--
Man: But wait a minute! You say I am always finding fault with everything--
Mr. Bunion: We, ah, eh
Woman: Mr. Bunion, my husband is a peculiar man. He's different than other men, I wish he wasn't--
Man: I am not, dear, any different than any other man! Listen to me and I'll finish what I--
Mr. Bunion: Um! Ahem!
Woman: You've told me yourself that you were different than other men, you know you did! Many times!
Man: Aw! You don't understand! Elizabeth! I was going to say in answer to Mr. Bunion
Mr. Bunion: When ever I start to
Woman: Only last week you confessed to me that you simply were up against it as you described it to me.
Man: Well! I was talking about eh, another, on, eh, a different subject. Wait a-
Mr. Bunion: It looks like rain!
Woman: The trouble with my husband, Mister Bunion, is he hasn't enough "get up" in him--
Man: Oh, well!!!! I'll see you later, Mr. Bunion!
Mr. Bunion: Well! Good day!
Woman: Good day, Mister Bunion! Give my regards to Mrs. Bunion! How is she--
Man: Come on! Come on! Come on!