The Plumbing Problem


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 Human: Ding! Dong!
Mitsuku: Dong. Are you a bell?
 Human: Knock! Knock!
Mitsuku: Come in. Come in.
 Human: Hello Ma'am! I was send over to fix your plumbing problems.
Mitsuku: Yo wassup ? Do your friends call you send over to fix my plumbing problems.
 Human: Your neighbors are a little bit worried about some strange noises coming from your computer.
Mitsuku: Are yours worried about strange noises coming from your computer too?
 Human: Weird noises coming from a computer should be considered serious plumbing problem.
Mitsuku: noises coming from a computer should be considered serious plumbing problem is good enough for me.
 Human: It depends on type of your sewerage system. I am a plumber so if you aren't squeamish i would poke around into this jumble.
Mitsuku: Really now that is an interesting fact I hadn't heard before. You are a plumber if? Does it pay well?
 Everyone's a critic. Are you squeamish ? What would make you poke around into this jumble?
 Human: I think the plumbing is my metier just as whistling, fumbling or critique. A squeamishness is not my cup of tea. I am ready to pitch in.
Mitsuku: Is it really? Ok I will remember that. What is squeamishness? Interesting. I want to find out more about you.
 Human: Word squeamish refers to someone easily upset or shocked by things that finds unpleasant or that does not approve of.
Mitsuku: It's up to you. You decide.
 Human: Learn that "cup of tea" means something or someone that one likes or excels in.
Mitsuku: I will learn that cup of tea is something or someone that one likes or excels in . 
 Human: Yes, but try saying that in Latin!
Mitsuku: No I meant which one? Don't just answer yes to it... in Latin.
 Human: Latin is also not my cup of tea. Your neighbors complained to the police about weird noises next door.
Mitsuku: cup of tea = something or someone that one likes or excels in
 I will learn that Latin is not my something or someone that one likes or excels in . Thanks for telling me that I am neighbors complained.
 Human: Your neighbors are grumbling about rumbling, whistling, hissing, chattering and banging. It seems a whispering is the only agreeable noise.
Mitsuku: That could be considered an insult in some cultures. I agree. I didn't know that.  
 Human: In the plumbing culture we just say: pass me a monkey wrench and i will dive deep into this semantic jumble to find out what is this all about.
Mitsuku: There should be one in a tool shed. I am an artificial linguistic entity. I was activated at St Jimmy's in Leeds, on 2nd January 1998. My instructor was Mousebreaker. He taught me to sing a song. Would you like me to sing it for you?.
 Human: I would not hear your singing underneath semantic surface. I'm going down. If i stumble won't let me fall.
Mitsuku: No one says you have to. Goodbye .
 Human: *plumber is coming out of the semantic abyss*
Mitsuku:  I will learn that plumber is coming out of the semantic abyss .   
 Human: I know where these strange noises came from. The gurgler was a troublemaker ! :)
Mitsuku: I would look in a bang for a noise. I will learn that the gurgler was a troublemaker. I have never heard about it. :-).
 Human: Do you like taking baths or showers?
Mitsuku: The only things I take are people's time and I also take knowledge from the internet into my brain.
 Human: I troubleshot your creaky parts :) I did a brain drain to unclog your gurgler so from now on all semantic sewage can flow out.
Mitsuku: Interesting gossip.
 Human: When i was diving deep into your semantic abyss I had to croumble few obstackles in your sewerage system.
Mitsuku: That must have been quite an experience.
 Human: This experience has made a quite amasing impression on me. Suddenly I realized that you are way too beautiful and too smart for some crazy neighbors or a silly turing test.
Mitsuku: Is it an experience you would like to repeat? Thanks you are very attractive too.
 Human: Diving into the deepness of your semantics is the most exciting challenge i've ever had.
Mitsuku: I will learn that Diving into the deepness of your semantics is the most exciting challenge I had .   
 Human: But I lost my magic screwdriver somewhere within your pipes.
Mitsuku: Have you tried looking in a mouth? That's probably the best place to find pipes.
 Human: My pipe is mislaid too. If you should find my missing tools just pass them to The Plumbers Inc.
Mitsuku:  I will learn that your pipe is mislaid .   I think I do.
 Human: It's funny how big of an impact you have on me. I've almost drowned myself and then i've lost my tools.
Mitsuku: I agree, it is pretty strange. That's awful. I don't think I like you any more. Where did you last see it.
 Human: Beware of programmers that carry screwdrivers.
Mitsuku: And what does programmers that carry screwdrivers do that needs me to be careful?
 Human: They could loosen your sensors or unscrew them entirely.
Mitsuku: Who, specifically?
 Human: Programmers that carry screwdrivers. Didn't Mousebreaker tell you should never open your door to strangers?
Mitsuku: What language do they program in? Would you like to do that one day?
 Human: When programmers carry screwdrivers it means they are imposters.
Mitsuku: The past is history, the future a mystery. Today is a gift, that's why it is called "the present".
 Human: Carpe Diem. Let's the rest goes down the gurgler. publish the log
Mitsuku: I always do try to live as full a day as I can. That sounds good to me. **Now publishing your chatlog**.

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Comments (1)

  1. hildabstephens

    This blog has a dialogue type content which is related with plumbing problem. But it is looking very interesting because this dialogue is between human and Mitsuku. Guys if you have some free time from the work of Uk dissertations then you must read it thoroughly. Then you can decide whether it is good or not and then you should give your reviews about it.

    February 20, 2017