SHOES: Can I toss these papers? They’re clogging our storage space.
BOOTS: Those are my high school term papers.
SHOES: And therefore it’s time to let them go.
BOOTS: I’m letting go of gluten. I’m letting go of snowboarding. I’m letting go of liquor that’s brown. I am NOT letting go of my high school term papers. They’re heirlooms.
SHOES: Okay. But just take a quick look at the first page of your 1974 heirloom entitled “Franklin Delano ‘Rooservelt’s’ Lend Lease Act”…
BOOTS: ….Good God. What was I on?
SHOES: Do you really want the kids reading this stuff?
BOOTS: Incinerate at will.