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Could you explain the red part to me with some other secens or examples, thank you beforehand

Chandler: Janice. Hi, Janice. Ok, here we go . I don't think we should go out anymore. (Janice stares at him.) Janice.

Janice: All right. Well, well there you go . (she gets extremely wound up , and begins to try and calm herself down) Stop it, stop it, stop it.

Chandler: Janice, this isn't about you...

Janice: Oh, I know this is not about me. This is totally about your fear of commitment !

Chandler: What fear of commitment?! I don't have a fear of commitment!

Janice: Oh please !

Chandler: I don't!

Janice: Oh please!

Chandler: I don't! I'm ready to commit anytime!

Janice: (happily) Really?


Feb 12, 2015 7:09 AM
Comments · 1
1. "Well, there you go." Janice is echoing Chandler's "well here we go" in a sarcastic manner. She doesn't like the way he broke the news so casually.
2. Commitment refers to a long term, steady, exclusive romantic relationship. Or something like that ;)
3. "Please" means " please give me a break," as in, I don't believe what you're saying.
February 12, 2015
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