HENDRIX: You got it?
REED: I got it.
HENDRIX: Well, that should make Tanner happy. You wanna tell him?
REED: You tell him. He gets too excited when I talk.
HENDRIX: Seriously? Didn’t you just move in with your boyfriend? He needs to back off.
REED: Are you gonna tell him that?
HENDRIX: Isn’t that such a sad situation, though? Wait, but you did move in with him, right?
REED: With Darryl. Yeah. Yesterday. We just spent our first night together in our new place. Well, my new place. His old place. But I’ve officially taken charge of the kitchen.
HENDRIX: Really? That’s so 1950s.
REED: You haven’t seen him try to cook. I’ll make him help me, though. Just because it’s my kitchen doesn’t mean he’s not my, like, slave. You know?
HENDRIX: Even if it was his kitchen, he should still be your slave. But seriously, though, how long have you been dating that guy?
REED: Two months.
HENDRIX: And you started dating, like, right after you met him, right?
REED: We spent a couple weeks flirting at the bookstore. Although, I had to tell him after the fact that it counted as flirting.
HENDRIX: Is he really that clueless?
REED: He’s really just shy. I don’t know. I like it. Better than the alternative, anyway.
HENDRIX: Which is what?
HENDRIX: Good point. But, like, seriously, though, two months?
REED: I know. I know. It’s quick.
HENDRIX: It’s kinda crazy.
REED: That’s kind of how I feel about him, though. And I mean, you know me, I do not… I do not feel that way easily. I’m not one of those girls. I don’t know. He just gets me.
HENDRIX: But do you really know him? Like, have you met his parents?
REED: I have actually Skyped with his parents. So while I haven’t met them in person, I almost feel closer to them right now than I do to my own parents–
HENDRIX: And has he met your parents?
REED: No, but that’s my fault, I don’t want to introduce him to my parents.
HENDRIX: Yeah, OK, I guess that’s fair. Are we gonna use this?
REED: How many have we got?
HENDRIX: Like, umpteen. And a half.
REED: Well, we’re not using the half.
HENDRIX: Right, but what about this one?
REED: I think we got enough.
HENDRIX: You think so?
HENDRIX: But you’re not sure?
REED: I am, like, ninety-five percent sure that we will not need that specific–what are you getting at?
HENDRIX: Are you more or less sure of this jam than you are about moving in with your boyfriend?
REED: Give me that! Bitch! That is not funny!
HENDRIX: I had you going there for a second.
REED: I cannot believe you!
HENDRIX: OK, so, on your wedding day–
REED: Oh, God!
HENDRIX: Because I will totally be your Maid of Honor, let’s face this. On our wedding day, this is going to be the story that I tell. And I am going to include–
REED: The fact that you did it just so could talk about it on my wedding-day?
HENDRIX: And I am going to include your answer. Are you more sure of this–what’s this called?
REED: It’s a brace! Honestly, you call yourself a carpenter?
HENDRIX: Are you more sure of this brace than you are of your current boyfriend?
HENDRIX: No? You’re not?
REED: Wait, what?
HENDRIX: You’re less sure about your boyfriend than you are about this brace?
REED: No! What? That’s not funny!
HENDRIX: This is gonna be the best wedding story ever!
REED: You are being purposefully confusing! And also, I am not getting married.
HENDRIX: But at the rate you’re going–