A: Man, I'm so hungry! Can you buy me a burrito?
B: I don't have any money to buy you a burrito.
A: Please? I haven't eaten anything all day.
B: Look, I only have money to buy myself a burrito.
A: I'm so hungry, I could eat a whole cow!
B: If you're so hungry, why don't you ask someone else for money?
A: I get paid on Friday, I'll pay you back then.
B: Well, I guess on Friday, then you can eat.
A: That's pretty messed up.
B: Why don't you just go home and eat?
A: I don't want to go all the way home just to eat.
B: Well, I guess you're out of luck.
A: I really want a burrito! Can you get me one?
B: I haven't got any money to purchase a burrito for you and me.
A: Would you please buy me one since I haven't eaten today?
B: I only have a few dollars.
A: I could eat a horse right now, I'm so hungry.
B: I want to eat too. Ask someone else to feed you.
A: Since I get my check this Friday, I can give you your money back then.
B: So then, this Friday you'll be able to eat.
A: You're mean to say that.
B: You should just go home and make yourself a sandwich or something.
A: My house is too far, and I'm really hungry.
B: It sounds as if you're going to continue starving.
A: I'm starving! It would be truly appreciated if you bought me a burrito.
B: I'm a little short. I don't have enough for you.
A: I'm starving, as I didn't eat yet today.
B: I really don't have enough money.
A: My stomach feels so empty.
B: Well, why don't you ask Bob for some money? I'm hungry too.
A: I'll be getting money on Friday, and I'll get it back to you then.
B: Okay, so on Friday, you can buy yourself something to eat.
A: That's not nice.
B: You can always go home and make something to eat.
A: I can't go home yet, because I have things to do here.
B: Sorry. That's not my fault.
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