Oh gosh!!! (Wayne plunged down the break, and the car stopped
with a great squeaking sound)
What you are doing, honey?!!! Are you alright?!!! That's
red light!!! Did you not see that?!!!
Sorry honey. Are you alright? I was really off the track.
(Wayne is still holding the steering
I'm fine. Don't worry. What were you doing?
you staring at
No, I wasn't.
Then why didn't you keep your eyes on the road? What dragged
your attention from the traffic light?
I was... I was just reading at the lines on the roadside
That one? (Annie is pointing to a gigantic billboard on
the roadside, which is an advertisement of woman's underwear)
Ha, you were reading the lines? I think it's more like you
were gawking at the leggy pretty woman with that alluring lingerie, isn't it?
Well, not gawking. Just a glimpse.
Yeah, just a glimpse, a LONG glimpse.
Oh, it's green now. Back on the road. (Wayne cautiously drives
the car forward)
That really proved what scientists said about "emotion-induced blindness".
They said it is normal that instantly after
seeing something sexually explicit,
men simply can't see other things, like blind people literally.
But in my words, your careless driving, like what you have
then, proved one more thing. That is, men are sexually
focused, and that's how your brains are designed. So you
are not to blame for this primitive instinct.
Then how about women? What did the scientists say? Don't
you get....what was that? Come again?
Emotion-induced blindness!!! Have you got "Emotion-induced amnesia"
as well? Haha, that's gonna be a new case study for psychologists.
Yeah, yeah, emotion-induced blindness. Don't women get that
if they see a half naked macho man,
showing his muscular figure?
No, they didn't mention that. They only took men's reaction
to erotic pictures
as the example.
It's not fair. Not
every man is like that.
Well then, you've still got a male brain. So just accept
it. I don't blame you, honey. No worries! (Annie says
it with a teasing tone.)