Doug: Thanks, Mike. This is really going to hit the spot. I'm so thirsty.
Mike: Don't mention it, buddy.
Doug: So how are things going with Maria? You two have been living together for nearly a year now, right?
Mike: Yeah, that's right. Things are great between me and Maria. She is such a special girl.
Doug: Have you thought of asking her the big question.
Mike: What question? If I love her?
Doug: No, not that. I know that you love her. I'm talking about that bigger question.
Mike: What exactly do you mean, Doug? Does it involve wedding bells?
Doug: Are you going to ask Maria to marry you?
Mike: I don't know. Of course, I've thought about it and even dreamed about it. But now... I'm not so sure.
Doug: Why not?
Mike: No particular reason. I've been so content with how life has been with Maria. I wouldn't want to mess things up. Do you really think I should?
Doug: That's a question you should ask yourself. If you love Maria enough to want to spend the rest of your life with her, than I think you should ask her to marry you.
Mike: Do you think that's something Maria wants to do?
Doug: If Maria loves you as much as you do her, than I definitely think so. So how much do you love Maria?
Mike: Doug, with all my heart and soul.
Doug: Then you love her enough to want to marry her.
Mike: I think I do, Doug. No... I know I do!
Doug: Then you should ask her to marry you.
Mike: I think I will. I just have to find the right moment to do it.
Doug: That's a good idea. You want the moment to be perfect.
Mike: Thanks, Doug. I really appreciate you talking to me.
Doug: That's what best friends are for, Mike.
Mike: Say, how would you like to be my best man at our Wedding?
Doug: Are you serious? Of course! It would be an honor, Mike.
Mike: Then consider it to be official. Well, as soon as I make something else official first!
(Mike and Doug shake hands and then hug.)