Matthew (as April is walking in with a box): Wow. Is that my door prize?
April: Okay, so you know I was working with these two Syrian guys today? They barely get any supplies anymore. I mean, this is all they have to work with. But the attendings all pitched in and we figured out a bunch of life-saving procedures that they can do.
Matthew: That's great.
April: Yeah. Um, my point... is you think you need everything, but you don't. We could get by without a lot of stuff, right?
Matthew: Sure. What exactly are we getting by without?
April: Uh... My virginity. I was... I was a virgin for a really long time, and then I wasn't. Uh, I really wanted to wait for someone like you for marriage, but I screwed up. And I was just I was so scared to tell you. But then I was watching these guys today, and they-- they literally have nothing left, and they're making do. And then I-I just felt like I was being so stupid to-- to worry about this one little thing, li-like-- like you couldn't even get over it.
Matthew: So, I guess I would be an ungrateful jerk if I worried about your virginity while there's a war going on somewhere and people are dying? That what you're saying to me?
April: No, no. I-I-I didn't--
Matthew: You didn't think I'd be more hung up on the lying? 'Cause I bet even in a war, people still value honesty.
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