(Evan is talking about how we should be using shorter sentences.)
Jonathan: Would it be fair to consider our sentences as pickup lines?
Evan: I don’t think there are m-dashes in pickup lines.
Allison: Hey, what’s Tartan style for “dubstep”?
Greg: Lowercase, one word.
Evan: And “post-dubstep” has a hyphen.
Evan: Yeah, of Montreal. “of” is lowercase.
Greg: Can we disband that group as well?
Evan: I’m going to add “Twitter users” after this.
Madelyn: Tweets. Twitterers.
Evan: It’s like Bronies. If I have to use bronies in another article, I’m going to go over there and disband the club myself.
Celia: Okay, everyone. Qdoba is coming at 3 today.
Emily: We’re having brunch!
Allison: I feel like Pillbox writers are always afraid to write negative reviews.
Evan: I will.
Allison: Yeah, but if you friends are in it, you don’t want to write like, “So and so did a bad job.” That’s why I don’t have friends. So I can write negative reviews.
(Complaining about the food again)
Patrick: If you complain, provide Christa with phone numbers of people to call.
Evan: My mother.
Patrick: If your mother provides food, we will provide ads in the paper.
(Discussing a new variant of sudoku)
Evan (mishearing): Why do we need to print rules for sudoku?
Nicole: No, we’re discussing a super sudoku puzzle thing.
Madelyn: Some day, we should publish rules for crossword.
Evan: Ed bard. Madelyn, it’s your turn.
Evan: You can’t avoid it for long.
Madelyn: But I can avoid it for now.
Evan: What’s a word for making something important?