A: I'm so thirsty.
B: Let's go get something to drink.
A: That's a good idea.
B: Do you know what you want to drink?
A: I kind of want a soda.
B: You shouldn't drink soda when you're really thirsty.
A: What do you mean?
B: When you're thirsty, you're not supposed to drink soda.
A: What are you supposed to drink?
B: Water is what's best for you.
A: I guess I will get water.
B: It's better for you.
A: I am really thirsty.
B: How about we go and get something to drink?
A: Let's do that.
B: Do you know what you want to get?
A: A soda sounds good.
B: Soda isn't the best thing to drink when you're thirsty.
A: Why is that?
B: Soda isn't good for you.
A: What should I drink then?
B: You should really drink water.
A: That sounds good.
B: It's a lot better than soda.
A: My throat is really dry.
B: Do you want to go get something to drink?
A: Yes, I'm parched.
B: What did you want to drink?
A: I was thinking about getting a soda.
B: Do you know that soda doesn't quench your thirst?
A: Why not?
B: Soda is really bad for you.
A: I don't know what else to drink.
B: You're supposed to drink water when you're dehydrated.
A: I would like some water.
B: That's what will keep you from being thirsty.
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