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DAISY: Would you care to dance?
EUGENE: Me? Oh well I don't dance very well.
DAISY: I bet you do.
EUGENE: No, I swear I never dance.
DAISY: Then why did you come to a dance?
EUGENE: That's a logical question. I was hoping I'd meet someone I felt like talking to.
DAISY: We could talk while we dance.
EUGENE: It's hard for me because I'm always counting when I dance. Whatever you said, I would answer "one two, one two"
DAISY: Well, if it makes you uncomfortable I won't intrude on your privacy. It was very nice meeting you. Goodbye.
DAISY: Okay what?
EUGENE: One two, one two.
DAISY: Are you sure?
EUGENE: All you have to do is step in place, right?
DAISY: Right. You're doing fine.
EUGENE: My name's Gene.
DAISY: Just plain Gene?
EUGENE: If you want the long version, it's Eugene Morris Jerome. What's yours?
EUGENE: Daisy? That's funny because Daisy's my favorite character in literature.
DAISY: Daisy Miller or Daisy Buchanan?
EUGENE: Buchanan. The Great Gatsby is one of the all time great books. Actually, I never read Daisy Miller. Is it good?
DAISY: It's wonderful. Although I preferred The Great Gatsby.
EUGENE: Listen, I know this is going to sound a little prejudiced, but I didn't think there were any girls in the South like you. I mean so easy to talk to.
DAISY: Oh, there are, believe me.
EUGENE: Would it offend you very much if I told you that you were extremely pretty?
DAISY: No. Why should it? I like it when boys think I'm pretty.
EUGENE: Do a lot of boys think you're pretty?
DAISY: I hope so but they don't always say it. They get very shy around me... Marissa is glaring at me from across the room so I better see if someone else wants to dance. I had a very nice time talking to you Eugene Morris Jerome.
EUGENE: You didn't tell me your whole name.
DAISY: Hannigan. Daisy Hannigan.
EUGENE: Daisy Hannigan. Great name. F. Scott Fitzgerald should have thought of that before Buchanan.
DAISY: Goodbye Eugene.
EUGENE: Goodbye Daisy. God, everytime I say that name I feel like I'm speaking literature.
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