ME: So I need some new opponents for Scrabulous. Who wants to fall before me?
SARAH (ANOTHER LAW STUDENT): Ooh, me!
MIKE (ANOTHER LAW STUDENT): You might want to qualify that.
SARAH: …at Scrabulous.
MIKE: Much better.
SARAH: Hah, “dispose.” Seven-letter start!
ME: Big deal, you managed a seven-letter word with three vowels, an S and a blank tile. Next up: baby brags about successfully breastfeeding.
MIKE: I don’t know if I approve of Scrabble smack talk.
SARAH: What’s wrong with it?
MIKE: It’s a game where you’re allowed to play two-letter words. You can’t play two-letter words in Boggle, you know.
SARAH: Oh, god, are you going to go on about Boggle again?
MIKE: Boggle is to Scrabble as quantum physics is to arithmetic.
SARAH: You just like Boggle because you get to shake the container.
MIKE: You just like Scrabble because you can play it during class when you’re bored.
ME: Fair point.
MIKE: How do you even pass the courses, anyway?
ME: Natural brilliance.