She was an aspiring lawyer who was taking the exam.
He was a former McDonald's owner--one of the truly disenfranchised. A born again skeptic of reincarnation, he could remember nothing of the deja vu experience he was having.
He said: "Haven't I seen you someplace before?"
She said: "No...I've never been anyplace before."
He said: "Let's blow this pop stand."
She said: "Let's buy a soda first."
He said: "Now is the hour."
She said: "Just give me a minute."
They lived together on Easy Street...until one day they came to a fork in the road. Feeling like she could stick a knife in his back, she spoon-fed him the truth.
She told him to go take a short walk off a long pier--which he tried, several times, but found that he could never quite reach the end.
"Stop dead in your tracks while I find something to murder you with," she cried.
"You kill me," he laughed.
She said: "There can be no other words for what you are...in other words...you make me sick and I'm going to ralf!"
He said: "I knew there was another man!"
She looked around and said, "Where?"
"This is all too confusing," he said. "I want a divorce."
She said: "If you need a good lawyer, I'm available."
"You're available? he said.
She looked him up and down. "Say...haven't I seen you someplace before?"