Man : Yeah. I just have a cold, I think.
Woman : No, no you don't. You've sounded like that for a while. You smoke, and you're dying from it.
, Man : What? Well, you know, I'm just . . .I'm just a casual smoker, and I can quit anytime I want.
Woman : No, you can't. You smoke two packs a day, and I DONT call that a casual smoker.
Woman : Okay, but what about your kids? Don't you worry about how your smoking is affecting them?
Man : It's not a problem. I smoke outside.
Woman : Yeah, but don't you worry they'll start smoking too?
Man : No. They won't. I know my kids. I trust them.
Woman : Yeah, yeah. Didn't you say that Jacob got caught smoking a week ago at school?
Man : Yeah, but it was the first time . . . He's under a lot of pressure these days.
Woman : Yea, right. The first time you know of. He's lying to you.
Man : I trust him.
Woman : Really. Well, what about these cigarettes? [ What? ] Right here! [ Oh! ] I found them in his clothes when he stayed over last night. Listen.
Man : They . . . They're probably not his!
Woman : There his. He's following your example. You can't expect him NOT to smoke when you smoke yourself.
Man : Hey. Don't tell me how to raise my kids. It's my job.
Woman : I won't have to. You're killing yourself, and someone else is going to be raising your kids for you.
Man : Well, what does that mean?
Woman : Figure it out . Listen. I ('ve) got to go now. If you want to talk more, I'll be at mom's house.
Man : Whatever.