Capital letters denote words spoken in anger.
Tipsy: Owen, it's time to feed the goats.
Owen: Why do I have to do EVERYTHING.
Tipsy: You don't. Just feed the goats.
Owen: Can you carry the bottles down?
Tipsy: You can carry the bottles.
Owen: But they're SO HEAVY.
Tipsy: I think you're strong enough.
Owen: I think I'm going to drop them.
Tipsy: Please don't drop them.
Owen: I'm going to drop them on the floor. I know I am. I won't be able to help it.
Tipsy: You're not going to drop them.
Owen: Yes I AM.
Tipsy: If you drop them I'M GOING TO THROW AWAY ALL YOUR LEGOS.
Owen IF I DROP THEM I'M GOING TO BLAME YOU.
Tipsy (opening a beer): Please, just go feed the goats.
He didn't drop the bottles. He fed the goats. And once outside, he happily futzed around for 45 minutes and came back chatty and agreeable. It was just the two of us. He ate cereal for dinner, we watched a back episode of Lost, and I let him go to sleep in my bed. I think we're all ready to wean these goats.