– Your sales figures are great again. Go you!
– Thanks. All in a day's work. Actually, the boss called me in to congratulate me, and they've given me the big new Anderson account.
– Hey! Way to go! Well done, buddy! Think you can handle it? It's a tough account.
– Yeah. I think so. I can do this stuff in my sleep. Should be a piece of cake!
– That's twenty-seventeen.
– Oh no! I think I've left my purse at home. Sorry, it's really not my day today.
– Happens to us all!
– It's just been one thing after another, honestly! And that means l haven't got the office keys either. I'll have to go back… sorry… can you… ah, maybe I can come back later?
– No problem, I can leave it to one side for you.
– Would you mind? Sorry, again.…
– Oh no! Look at the state of this place! I told you to make sure this door was locked.
– Don't look at me. Listen, I wasn't the last one to come in here!
– Yes, you were. You came in to get that book.
– Oh…I was sure I closed the door, though.
– How many times do I have to tell you? You have to lock it as well. Jerry can open it himself otherwise.
– Well, it's not all my fault. I mean, I'm not the one who has all this
paint lying around everywhere.
– Have you heard about Jeff?
– No, what?
– He's in hospital.
– Oh! Why?
– Stress and overwork, it seems. I think two weeks in bed will do him good. He's been working far too hard.
– Yeah. Someone told me he practiced presentations in the shower, and I heard he even took a work call in the middle of his daughter's wedding last month!
– How about this one?
– It’s very … er… bright!
– Yeah! I need something for Mike’s wedding in June. What do you think?
– Well…. I’m not sure it’s your colour. Or it’s not quite the right style for you or something.
– You mean you don’t like it?
– It’s not that. I just think you looked great in that pink one you tried before.
– Do you think so?