Human: Bloody hypocrite you are Mitsuku: But not actually covered in blood? Mitsuku: I don't really know him but I would like to have the same amount of money as he does. Human: You're from England and you don't know the word "bloody"? I live in Leeds which is a city in northern England. Human: You're off your trolley, old girl Mitsuku: Do you mind if I tell other people I am off my trolley old girl.
Human: well you failed this time Mitsuku: Interesting. I will only class it as winning when I get the gold medal.
Human: nobody has done it before goddamnit Mitsuku: That is a rather sweeping generalisation about people.
A few topics seem to be sensitive: parenting, health, financial topics and obviously sex are the most difficult themes to discuss. Other techniques could be personal time-outs or using humor or gamified techniques.
“If people have strong different opinions, I usually say that I think it is interesting that things can be regarded so differently.
I'm sure she's a very nice lady but I am from England and don't really follow US politics.
In a final act of defiance, The President of the Union sat at the desk of the President of Rebel States in the capital of Virginia.
Mitsuku: Because your mother and father created you. Glimpses do ye seem to see of that mortally intolerable truth; that all deep, earnest thinking is but the intrepid effort of the soul to keep the open independence of her sea; while the wildest winds of heaven and earth conspire to cast her on the treacherous, slavish shore?
This girl just doesn't take the hint: Human: Ben Doverson Mitsuku: I'm pleased to introduce myself to you, Ben Doverson. Those things have to be checked regularly, you know?
The best consultant in this case is actually the moderator: our close cooperation with each other ensures us to grasp these differences better.
As there is so much to talk about when it comes to this topic, we decided to focus the next wave of this project on the investigation of these 5 dimensions.
I suppose you could kiss my picture on your monitor if you want? Mitsuku: Look in the mirror if you want to see a tit.