"Ken, What is this?"
"Stop smiling! What is this? A colon, dash and closing parenthesis?"
"It's a smile, dumbo"
"How can this be a smile?"
"Let me show you"
* Ken draws “ :-)” *
"Now, turn the paper around and see"
"Ohh... So it means you were smiling"
"Yes. You are cooorrreeecccttt"
"Now how do I smile back?"
"In the same way. And I won't need to turn the paper round, like you did"
"Clever you! But, Ken, this smile-y, doesn't have a dimple, like yours. So it won't mean that you are smiling. Your's is different"
"But I love your smile. The one with a dimple"
"Umm.. You know what Betty, when Grampa gives Gramma a peck on the cheek, he says that he loves her wdinkles hide her dimples. And Gramma says that it's not the wdinkles but Grampa’s kiss which hides them"
“Really?.......Ken, can I hide your dimples too? Then this smile-y would be correct"
"That sounds good."
*Ken passes another paper to Betty*
“Semicolon, dash and closing parenthesis??? Now what does this mean?”