A: Their wedding was absolutely beautiful.
B: It really was. I want a wedding like that.
A: How much do you think they spent on their wedding?
B: I think it might've cost them a nice chunk of change.
A: Do you want a big wedding like that?
B: Not really. I'd rather have a small wedding.
A: I wouldn't want a small wedding.
B: Why not?
A: I want my wedding to be big and memorable.
B: It can be small and memorable too.
A: Well, to each his own.
B: You are absolutely right.
A: Their wedding was just exquisite.
B: I know. Maybe one day I'll have a wedding like that.
A: What do you think their budget was?
B: It must have cost them a pretty penny.
A: Would you like to have a big wedding like they did?
B: No. I think I would prefer a smaller wedding.
A: I want a big wedding.
B: How come?
A: I want my wedding to be extravagant, and I want everyone to remember it.
B: Your wedding doesn't have to be big to be memorable.
A: Whatever floats your boat.
B: That is correct.
A: Their wedding was so beautiful.
B: I agree completely. I hope that I have a wedding like that one day.
A: How much do you reckon it cost to pull that wedding off?
B: I think it cost them a lot of money.
A: Do you hope to have a wedding as big as theirs?
B: I don't think so. I want to have a smaller wedding.
A: Not me.
B: Why do you want a bigger wedding?
A: I want to have a large wedding that everyone will remember.
B: You can have a small wedding, and people will still remember it.
A: Whatever flicks your Bic.
B: That is true.
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