Tom: Are you thinking what I'm thinking?
Tom: Really? Are you sure?
Tom: Alright then. What am I thinking?
Ned: You're thinking that I might be a mind-reader.
Tom: Whoa, you're right!...So are you?
Ned: Of course not! Don't be ridiculous.
Tom: Right...Well getting back to the point: when I'd asked you if you were thinking what I was thinking, I'd just come up with a brilliant idea.
Ned: I know.
Tom: You do? I thought you'd said you weren't a bloody mind-reader!
Ned: I'm not. I just assumed you had a great idea because you'd asked me if I was thinking it as well.
Tom: Thinking what?
Ned: About the great idea.
Tom: What great idea?
Ned: The one about the...oh.
Tom: Ah ha! Caught you red-handed!
Ned: Doing what?
Tom: Reading my mind!
Ned: Don't be ridiculous. You're not even thinking about the idea right now.
Tom: How would you know?
Ned: Because you've quite forgotten the idea in your attempt to prove that I'm a mind-reader.
Tom: Oh...Damn. You're right...It was a good idea too...Now I've forgotten it over a silly argument.
Ned: Don't worry. I remember it.