(Talking about weird things at weddings)
Mark: You have to go find the cake
Alan: What about slices of cake? If you want cake you have to go find a slice
Sharon: It’s like an Easter Egg hunt but with way more possibility of ants afterward
(Charles is collapsing a twisty fabric box)
Charles: This is why buildings are not…
Mark: …not fabric boxes?
Ian: Fabric buildings!
Charles: Huge, huge, how big is the huge?
Mark: They switch from inches to feet.
Ally: That’s what she said?
Mark: Being on the internet means you have a chance of being a dog.
Ian: So every time you go on the net, you can turn into a dog?
(Playing 6 nimmt, Mark’s username is KrazyKow)
Alan: Wow, KrazyKow is not crazy for cows.
Mark: Yeah, the cows are crazy. I don’t want them.
Ian: Plankton babies!
Mark: The new hit cartoon. Plankton baby adventures.
Ian: Yeah, plankton babies. They solve problems that plankton babies solve.
Ian: It’s the theme song.
Ian: Yeah, plankton baby adventures!
Ian (singing): When you’re alone, you have no friends, you can be friends with plankton babies.
Ian: Except I’m not sure that plankton has emotions.
Alan (playing Innovation, to Ian): You have a lot of icons
Mark: He must be Greek Orthodox.
Trisha: You guys ever played Power Grid?
Trisha: Well, we were drunk. So I spent like 40 minutes figuring out the shortest path.
(From Delancey Restaurant, right next to Sharon’s apartment complex)
Mark: Should we take the Muni to Sharon’s?
Alan: No, let’s take the BART to SFO and fly to Oakland and take the BART to Embarcadero and Muni here.
Mark: No, take the BART to San Francisco airport and the bus back up.
Ian: You can rent a car and drive into the water.
Alan: Babies! Big babies! Well, I guess they’re actually not big.
Mark: By definition they’re small.
Alan: Depends what you’re comparing them to.
Mark: I was comparing them to things bigger than babies.
Alan: I was comparing them to plankton.
Mark: I don’t know, I’ve seen some pretty big plankton.