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greeting and introducing

hello. what's your name?
Hello. my name is shey
Is your nane andy?
No it isn't my name is frank

4 comments

  • Hello shey.


    When you come across someone you don't care of, you just say "how do you do?" and you are answered with "how do you do?".
    If you greet a youngster with exchanging your names, the conversation is likely to go on.
    Why not let GGusers go on with the dialog?
    This way for instance:


    Frank - Hello. What's your name?
    Shey - Hello, my name is shey. Is your name Andy?
    Frank - No, it isn't. My name is Frank.
    Shey - To be frank with you, Frank, I'd prefer you were Andy.
    Frank pulls a face.
    Shey - What's your mind?
    Frank - It doesn't matter.
    Shey - Doesn't matter? What's matter.
    Frank - Never mind.
    Shey -
    Frank -


    To be continued, by you shey? By a Frank or a Joe?
  • Frank - Hello. What's your name?
    Shey - Hello, my name is shey. Is your name Andy?
    Frank - No, it isn't. My name is Frank.
    Shey - To be frank with, I'd prefer you were Andy.
    Frank pulls a face.
    Shey - What's your mind?
    Frank - It doesn't matter.
    Shey - Doesn't matter? What's matter.
    Frank - Never mind.
    Shey - Nice you're kidding, Frank.
    Frank - What else could I do as I am so badly welcome?
    Shey -


    To be continued. Use the copy and paste.
  • Frank - Hello. What's your name?
    Shey - Hello, my name is shey. Is your name Andy?
    Frank - No, it isn't. My name is Frank.
    Shey - To be frank with you, I'd prefer you were Andy.
    Frank pulls a face.
    Shey - What's your mind?
    Frank - It doesn't matter.
    Shey - Doesn't matter? What's matter?
    Frank - Never mind.
    Shey - Nice you're kidding, Frank.
    Frank - What else could I do as I am so badly welcome?
    Shey - Don't be cross, Frank. You seem to be a nice guy.
    Frank - Your Andy, I got it in the neck.
    Shey -


    (to be continued)
  • To Shey, the character of the story.


    About line 4 of the dialog:
    "I'd prefer you were Andy."
    To be less regretful and more striking, I suggest your cue be written so: "I'd prefer you be Andy." or better "I prefer you be Andy."
    How does that catch you?


    I hope my remark won't stop the dialog.

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