“Where is he?”

“He’s outside.”

“Why? What is he doing there?”

“I think that he is smoking.”

“Smoking? Again? He was outside twenty minutes ago!”

“Yes, I know. He smokes a lot. I told him that he should stop smoking.”

“OK, and what did he say?”

“He said: ‘No, I will not stop smoking. I like it. I like smoking.'”

“But it is bad for his health.”

“Yes, I know…”

“I know that you know. But does he know?”

“I think that he knows it too. But he is young. And you know how young people think.”

“No, I don’t. How do young people think? Please, tell me.”

“Well, I mean they don’t care about anything. They don’t care about their health. They don’t care about the money. They don’t care about their future. They want to live for the moment. They want to have fun. They want to enjoy their life. Do you understand?”

“Yes, I understand. But does he understand that he is at work now? So please, go outside and bring him back, or he will lose his job. He can have fun at the weekend.