A: What did you get for lunch today?
B: All I had was a sandwich, chips, and soda.
A: Where'd you get your food from?
B: I went to the cafeteria and bought it.
A: What sandwich did you order?
B: I ordered a ham sandwich, but they gave me a bologna sandwich instead.
A: Was it any good?
B: I enjoyed it, even though I had not asked for it.
A: I ordered a sandwich there before.
B: Is that right?
A: Yes, and they messed my order up too.
B: That may be true, but I'm sure you enjoyed your sandwich.
A: Did you get anything for lunch?
B: I ate a sandwich with some chips and soda.
A: Did you go somewhere and get your food?
B: I bought my food from the cafeteria today.
A: Tell me, what kind of sandwich did you decide to get?
B: They gave me a bologna sandwich, but I asked for ham.
A: How'd it taste?
B: I didn't want that sandwich, but it was quite tasty.
A: I got a sandwich at the cafeteria before.
B: Is that so?
A: Yes, and I believe they messed up on my order also.
B: That may be so, but I bet your sandwich was delicious.
A: What are you having for lunch?
B: I got a sandwich, some chips, and a soda.
A: Did you bring that from home?
B: I got it from the cafeteria.
A: What kind of sandwich did you get?
B: They messed up my order and gave me a bologna sandwich.
A: How was it?
B: Considering it wasn't what I ordered, it was still pretty good.
A: I think I got a sandwich there once before.
A: Yes, and they didn't get my order right either.
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