A: What's for dinner tonight?
B: What are you planning on cooking?
A: I'm not making anything.
B: If you plan on eating, you are.
A: What am I supposed to cook?
B: What do you feel like having?
A: I want some chicken and potatoes.
B: That sounds really good.
A: When are you going to make it?
B: I have no plans on cooking tonight.
A: Fine, I'll make it.
B: I knew that already.
A: What are we going to eat for dinner?
B: Are you going to cook anything?
A: I didn't plan on cooking tonight.
B: If you're hungry, then cook something.
A: I don't know what to make.
B: Tell me what you want to eat.
A: I've been craving chicken and potatoes.
B: I'd like that.
A: Are you going to cook it tonight?
B: I'm really not going to cook tonight.
A: I guess I'll cook.
B: Why don't you start cooking then?
A: Are we going to have dinner tonight?
B: What are you planning on making?
A: I'm not cooking dinner.
B: The only way you're eating tonight is if you cook.
A: I'm not sure what to cook for dinner.
B: I don't know. What do you want to eat?
A: I have a taste for some chicken and potatoes.
B: That sounds delicious.
A: So are you planning on cooking it?
B: I already told you that I'm not cooking tonight.
A: I'll cook dinner.
B: I already know. Start cooking.