As for the critics.
Kellnerin: Her reading habits tend towards old translations of German philosophers. She spends no more than $1/book and thus has no copy more recent than 1971.
blixco: Yeah, the dialog isn't supposed to be natural but to emulate the patterns of the movie. However, I have known people with whom I talked to in almost exclusively in that manner. I suspect that like me, they were exposed to too many Katherine Hepburn movies as children.
ana: your encouragement of my cheating in no way robs me of the joy inherent in cheating.
fleece: Thanks to you too.
bo: technicolor is probably the best compliment this could have received such that I'll look past the use of precious.
tf: agreed that the end was forced. As for the connection, yeah, it's all banter and no substance, but in my recent experiences, I'd say that the lack of banter is a more telling aspect to my dates and relationships, than substance details that would indicate a good match.
Scrymarch: Never heard of Goodbye Red Dragon Inn, so any lifting from the source is accidental. As for doughnuts, a friend of mine hearing what I was up to insisted I include a doughnut dunking scene, though as it was, I was almost done with it before she said so.
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