Dancing and shopping
Gambling and risk-taking
Daydreaming and reading
Helping others and listening to music
Cleaning and making sure everyone is behaving
Let them gossip, I don't give a damn
Put it to rest right away
Try to stop it, but if you can't, it doesn't matter.
Kindly say that it is not true, and swiftly change the topic
Tell everyone that there is nothing to worry about, because it is fake
All bright colors, but your favorite is green
Light, flowery colors
Anything that makes me look good
Anything that makes me look honorable
What makes you look most like a lady/gentleman
All you need is enough for you to survive and have a good time
Full education is preferred
Doesn't matter, as long as you behave properly
Whatever makes you happy, but you would choose full education
Just a few years of school and a lifetime's knowledge of common sense
Honor and courage
Common sense and fun
Charms and common sense
Good reputation and a clean house
Love and generosity
Take some, then give the rest to the poor
Give it to someone else to give, you can't make up your mind
Take the money to give to the poor, but hesitantly, considering the person's reputation
Thank the person kindly, then give it all to the poor
Tell them to ask someone else, then walk away. You don't want to be seen with someone who has a bad reputation.
Don't eat at all (in front of people)
Eat everything that looks good, until you can't eat anymore
Just eat until you're full
Eat what everyone else is eating
Don't eat that much
Beg them not to leave, and tell them how much you love them
Kindly insist on them staying, and tell them how much they mean to you.
"Frankly my dear, I DO give a damn."
Tell them that they won't be honorable if they leave
Order them to stay, don't give them any other choice
"It just ain't fittin."
"Whatever happens, I'll love you just as I do now, until I die."
"Most of the miseries of the world were caused by wars, and when the war was over, nobody ever knew what they were about."
"Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn."
"I'll think of it tomorrow, when I can stand it. After all, tomorrow is another day."