A: What's for lunch?
B: I don't know. What do you want to eat?
A: I was thinking of pizza.
B: That's what I ate yesterday.
A: What do you want to eat?
B: I wouldn't mind a burger.
A: I ate a burger just the other day.
B: We're going to have to compromise.
A: You could always get a burger, and I can get a pizza.
B: Sounds good to me.
A: Where can we go to get both?
B: We can get both at the cafeteria.
A: What are we eating for lunch?
B: I have no idea. What about you?
A: I kind of want pizza.
B: I ate pizza the other day.
A: So, what do you feel like eating then?
B: How about some burgers?
A: I already had a burger yesterday.
B: What are we going to do?
A: We can just each get what we want to get.
B: That sounds like a plan.
A: Do you know a place that sells pizza and burgers?
B: I think they sell both at the cafeteria.
A: Do you know what you want to eat for lunch?
B: What do you feel like having?
A: I want to get some pizza.
B: I had pizza for lunch yesterday.
A: Tell me what you want to eat.
B: Do you want to get a burger?
A: See, I had a burger for lunch yesterday.
B: Think of something.
A: How about I get pizza and you get a burger?
B: Let's do that then.
A: Where do they sell both at?
B: They sell pizza and burgers at the cafeteria.