Andy, Bob and Chuck are old friends meeting for the first time in years.
Scene 1: At the intersection
ANDY: Hey guys! Long time no see!
BOB: Hey, nice to see you, Andy! Have you seen Chuck? Is he coming?
ANDY: There he is, just about to cross the street.
BOB: Dude. Language.
ANDY: Oh right, sorry. I had forgotten about that. Hey, Chuck!
CHUCK: Hey guys! Ready to head to the restaurant?
ANDY: Hey, watch your language, Chuck.
CHUCK: Oh, I'm sorry. It's been so long, you guys!
Scene 2: In the restaurant
BOB: Did you guys catch the soccer game last night?
ANDY: Yeah, it was pretty crazy.
CHUCK: I'm more of a hockey guy myself, I don't really follow football.
ANDY: Language, Chuck.
CHUCK: Oh man. Sorry! I keep forgetting.
ANDY: Don't worry, I have faith you're not doing it on purpose. Just be careful, okay?
BOB: Wow, Andy. You kiss your mother with that mouth?
ANDY: Seriously, Bob? Watch the language.
BOB: Oh right. I apologize. It was just a slip of, um, it just slipped out.
ANDY: I'm sorry too, Bob. I didn't mean to offend you.
Scene 3: At the bar
ANDY: Let's get drinks!
BOB: (reading the drink menu) Hmm, Cointreau? What's that?
BARTENDER: It's a French fruit liqueur. An orange-flavoured spirit.
BOB: (exasperated) Can you believe this guy? Do you always use such language with customers?
BARTENDER: Huh? Look, I have no idea what you're talking about.
BOB: Forget it. Just get me a Scotch, please.
ANDY: I think I'll have the same.
CHUCK: No alcohol for me, I'm driving. I'll have a (censored), please.
ANDY & BOB: (in unison) Language!
What offensively named drink did Chuck order?