I am driving. Girl two occasionally claps, or adds, “go, go, go,” but for the purposes of the story she is mostly a bystander. Boy two is in the far back of the caravan, girl one is in the seat ahead of him.
Boy two: Ok, do you see the little stick guys on the side?
Girl one: Yeah
Boy two: Ok, I want you to click on them. Now see the thing that says music and click on it. Now set it for Star Wars theme.
Girl one: You’re going too fast. Just a minute. Ahhh! This stupid thing. Ok, ok, now I’ve got it.
Boy two: Alright. So go back out to where the stick guys were. Go over right to the side. See the one guy there?
Girl one: Click on him?
Boy two: Yeah, Click on him. Now, go to settings and look for the Phil file. I think it’s called something like Phil file 3552. For some reason they didn’t do any numbers one to ten or something, I don’t know. It’s crazy. Are you there yet?
Girl one: They’re going crazy. They’re everywhere. Oh my gosh, everyone’s running around like crazy people.
Boy two: Chase that guy on the right. Once you get him, you’ll see what happens. Right there. Now! See it. Now quick, grab that stick on the ground.
Time elapses. I drive.
Girl one: That was awesome.
Boy two: Yeah, let’s put it away now.
Girl one: Yeah, first I just have to save it. What should I call it?
Boy two: Call it, “Phil 542. . .”
Girl one: Just a minute, it’s not working. This things takes forever to save. There it goes. . .
Girl two: When is it going to be my turn?
Girl one: Next time. We’re putting it away now.
1. For the entire conversation, girl one was holding a rectangular 2×3 inch mirror in her hand.
Seriously, where are the scientists when the really good stuff is happening?