[Drew dials his phone.]
Guy who answers phone: Hello?
Drew: Hi. I just moved, and the person who lived here before gave me your number and said I should ask you to come mow my lawn.
Guy: Wait, what?
Drew: Okay, so I just moved into a new house. And the previous tenant left me your phone number and told me that I should call you if I want to get the front lawn mowed.
Guy: Oh, okay. Yeah, I guess I could do that.
Drew: Great. When can you come over?
Guy: I dunno. Today is pretty open. Do you want me to mow your lawn today?
Drew: Yes, please. That would be perfect.
Guy: Do you, like, have a lawnmower there?
Drew: No. Um, no, I assumed you would come with one.
Guy: Oh, I guess that makes sense. I think my dad has a lawnmower. If I can drive to Downey this morning, I could maybe come by in early afternoon. Are you in L.A.?
Drew: I am. But I’m wondering why you don’t have a mower already?
Guy: Hey, how much are you going to pay me?
Drew: Oh, I thought you would tell me what you charge — like, per month.
Guy: Oh, so this isn’t, like, a one-time thing.
Drew: No, it would be, like, twice a month, I guess. Like, regular lawn-mowing.
Guy: Dude! That’s awesome. But yeah, I’d guess I’d say… fifty dollars?
Drew: I was thinking more like twenty-five dollars.
Guy: That’s cool. That’s cool. Could you maybe pay me for the whole month today?
Drew: I… Hey, I’m sorry, but are you, like, a gardener? Like, is that your job?
Guy: I have worked outside a lot.
Drew: But you’re not a gardener.
Drew: This is not Carlos?
Guy: I don’t know Carlos.
Drew: Okay, I’m sorry. I think I dialed a wrong number.
Guy: Do you still want me to come mow your lawn?
Drew: ... No.
Guy: Oh. Man. All right. Man.
Drew: Yeah, I’m sorry.
[Drew hangs up his phone.]