David: Hey! Fred, you are five minutes earlier than me today. Usually, you don't come to office so early.
Fred: Hurry! It is time for me to steal something.
David: What's your meaning?
Fred: I am stealing vegetables at the Happy Farm.
David: You are a thief?
Fred: No, no. I mean stealing vegetables on Internet is very popular now. Many white collars join in this game and have a lot of fun by stealing others' vegetables.
David: You mean it is a still virtual game. Your friends steal your vegetables time and time again, and you take theirs as well, right?
Fred: You got what I meant. Perhaps, what I steal are not vegetables, but loneliness.
David: Don't be addicted to the game. It's not good for your job.
Janice: David, imagine meeting you here!
David: Janice, I found you stole my vegetables at four o'clock this morning. Is that true?
Janice: All right! I stayed up yesterday and waited for your vegetables. I stole your peaches and flowers.
David: It is so hard to prevent them from being stolen. I also got something this morning.
Janice: How many vegetables do you steal today?
David: I stole many from Fred's farm, and from yours. I planned to have a dog on farm.
Janice: So funny. By stealing, I forgot all my sorrows and pressure from work.
David: I could not agree with you more. For us, there are so many unhappy things and I am so bored; however, I got lots of fun from stealing.
Janice: I really want to be far away from the reality now.
David: But we still need to go back to it. Don't overdo it.