Edna: Margie, I've seen many an odd sight in my time. I once saw a two-headed cow at the county fair. I even saw you try to dance the lambada once with Stanley Richmond's grandfather. I guess the world is full of oddities.
Margie: Well, I once saw a two-faced sister. How's that? Oh, one thing I saw was an albino squirrel. That was a strange sight. It was sort of odd like that time you turned green after drinking so much hooch.
Edna: Pfft, an albino squirrel isn't so odd. Cousin T would say that's probably just a regular squirrel that had himself a scare.
Now, one thing I've always wanted to see was that giant elephant building they have over there in New Jersey. That must be a sight! What do you suppose would possess someone to build such a thing?
Margie: Edna, I suspect they built it to attract morons who'd pay to look at the ugly thing.
I'd like to see that Corn Palace in South Dakota. I do love my corn. Why do you think they wasted all that corn on a palace? I'd put it in my freezer for hard times.
Edna: I like the idea of a palace made of corn. Maybe they could eat that building when times get tough.
Margie, we should plan a vacation for someplace warm this winter. Your bones aren't getting any younger, wouldn't you like to go to the Florida Everglades? I hear they have one of your old beaux down there. I bet he'd even take you back if you sweet-talked him a bit.
Margie: Edna, this is Sunday and I try to hold my temper on Sunday. You make that difficult.
Why don't you go find all your old beaux?
Edna: Margie, I don't think we'd ever be able to travel anywhere together without bloodshed so perhaps we shouldn't even try.
Margie: Edna, that's the most intelligent thing you've ever said!