Leslie: Oh, these are seeded grapes.
Daniel: No, technically they're un-seeded grapes. Because for "seeded grapes", they'd have to add the seeds to the grapes.
Leslie: Now, I don't understand this. You swallow the seeds in watermelons, but spit out these grape seeds.
Daniel: These are a lot bigger and harder than watermelon seeds.
Leslie: No, they're not!
Daniel: Besides, everyone knows that watermelon seeds don't grow in your stomach and out your ears. But grape seeds do.
Leslie: Out your ears?!?
Daniel: Yea, ya know ... the vines come out of your ears here and then the grapes dangle out. (We laugh. You should be too, with a mental image like that.) I'm surprised you never learned that in all your biology classes.
Leslie: Oh, well, I never took "The World According to Daniel".
Leslie: Well, I guess I'm taking that now.
Go ahead and covet dinner-time at the Holbrook's, where every meal-time conversation is deep and intellectual.