Coworkers Eddie M. and Ollie G. are going to lunch. They're standing in line to get some soup and talking about their day.
Eddie: ...long story short, we had to dig up the metadata from some obscure log files. And then figure out which of the hexadecimal error codes corresponded to the one we were looking for. Of course, nobody had bothered to document them anywhere.
Ollie: That's ridiculous. They've had months to get the documentation up to snuff. You guys shouldn't have to deal with that when it's time to fix something urgently.
Eddie: Not to mention that if we want anything changed, we have to go through half a dozen levels of bureaucracy. It's unbelievable. The whole organization is completely dysfunctional. But then again, I hear their competitors are just as bad or worse. That's the automobile industry for you.
Ollie: The whole ordeal sounds like a bad joke. Don't be surprised if someone jumps out from the closet and tells you that you've been on candid camera the whole time.
Eddie: Haha, yeah. They'll tell us that it's been a sociology experiment all along. We'll be on television and everything.
They finally reach the start of the line.
Eddie: Beet soup with carrots? That's just unnatural. I'm not going to eat this.
Ollie: Come on, man. Just get the soup. It looks fine.
Eddie: I just hate... You know. We've talked about this.
Ollie: I know what you mean, but it's completely normal. You've done it multiple times yourself.
Eddie: Huh, what? When?
What does Eddie not like doing? How many times has he done it?