SCOTT: So, what would you like to drink?
SYLVIA: I don't know. Do they have tea?
SCOTT: What did you say? Tea?
SYLVIA: Yes. Do they have any iced tea?
SCOTT: No, I don't think so. This is a pub.
SYLVIA: Sure. A lot of pubs do.
SCOTT: I can't imagine that. It sounds strange. Anyway, what would you like as a drink?
SYLVIA: Maybe juice then.
SCOTT: Juice? It's 10:30! How can you drink juice?
SYLVIA: Why not?
SCOTT: But this is a pub. They have beer, or wine, or liquor here.
I thought you wanted to have a drink.
SYLVIA: But I don't like alcohol. It makes my face turn red.
SCOTT: Your face turns red?
SYLVIA: Yes, it turns all red. So I don't drink alcohol usually.
SCOTT: So what do you usually drink when you go out?
SYLVIA: I drink tea, or juice.
SCOTT: But you are in a pub right now. Almost all women here know how to drink alcohol.
You should learn.
SYLVIA: Why do I have to learn? I don't like it.
SCOTT: Because when you go out with people, everybody drinks.
And your company will have parties too.
If you refuse to drink alcohol, people will think you are too conservative.
SYLVIA: So you think I need to drink, huh?
SCOTT: At least get used to it. You should be able to drink two or three drinks.
SYLVIA: Alright. I will try. What are you drinking?
SCOTT: Gin and tonic.
SYLVIA: Is it strong?
SCOTT: Average. Not too strong.
SYLVIA: I will have one too then. But you must promise not to laugh at my red face.
SCOTT: I promise. I'll go to the bar and get two gin and tonics.