Getting directions. In half a mile turn right.
Turn right? I thought it was left. You’re taking me the opposite direction from where I want to go.
In a quarter of a mile turn right.
No, I’m not turning right. That’s the wrong way.
Forget it. I’ll turn left. You should be able to figure this out.
Recalculating. At the next intersection turn right.
Can’t you figure out where I’m going? This looks like where I want to go.
Okay, genius, why’d you even ask me for directions then?
Because there was road work back there that blocked off the way I wanted to go. If you’re so smart you’d know that.
Watch it, buddy. You want me to tell your boss how much time you spend sitting at your desk playing Bug Hunt?
Look, don’t take it personally. I know where I’m going, but this detour has thrown me and I needed a little help. This neighborhood looks totally unfamiliar to me. How long does this road curve?
Well, well, well. Look who comes crawling back.
Hey, I said I was sorry.
No you didn’t.
Okay, I’m sorry. I didn’t mean to insult your intelligence. Even if it is artificial.
Fine, you know what? Next time you ask for directions I’ll just drive you off a cliff.
Hey, give me a break here! I’m trying to read this street sign.
Yeah, if only you had a device that syncs with satellites to tell you where you are. It would be nice if you’d show a little gratitude.
Fine. First chance I get I’ll thank Arthur C. Clarke. Okay, I’m turning left.
Whatever you want, pal, I’m just along for the ride.
Okay, this looks right now. See? It would have been wrong to turn right back there.
But if you’d turned like I said you’d be on the interstate by now.
I don’t want to take the interstate.
I just don’t want to, okay? Drop it.
Fine. I get it. I know how your heart rate and blood pressure jump when you get on that on-ramp and floor it. Never mind that you’d be almost there by now.
I said drop it!
Check the traffic.
Oh. Bumper to bumper. Okay, I guess I see your point.
Who’s the smart one now?
Fine. Be that way.
They should call you a smartass phone.
Watch it buddy. I know where you live.
You want me to switch to another brand of phone?
I said touché.
That’s not what it sounded like.
You have arrived at your destination.