‘Will you lend me your car for tomorrow?’

‘My car? Why? What happened to yours?’

‘They stole it.’

‘What? You’re kidding me!

‘No, I’m not. Really, they stole my car.’

‘Who did?’

‘I don’t know. They stole the car, but they didn’t leave their name and phone number. You know how it goes.

‘Don’t be cheeky!’

‘I’m just saying that I don’t know who stole it.’

‘When did they steal it?’

‘Last week.’

‘Last week?! But you never said anything!’

‘I didn’t want you to get angry. I thought that I would have it back by now.’

‘But you don’t have it back.’

‘No, I don’t.’

‘Did you tell the police?’

‘Of course, I did. They’re working on it.’

‘Sure they are.’

‘I spoke to them yesterday. The thieves lost something as they were getting into the car.’

‘What did they lose?’

‘I don’t know what they lost, but the police do. And they know exactly who stole the car. They’re looking for him now.’

‘Well, then you can wait a day or two, if you are so sure that they will catch the thieves.’

‘But I need a car for tomorrow.’

‘Yeah, and it will get stolen, too.’

Oh, come on!

‘No, I won’t lend you my car. Go by bus or take a taxi.’

You’re kidding me! – Kecáš!

You know how it goes. – Vieš ako to chodí.

Oh, come on! – Ale no tak!