I am tired and jobless and my rent is due in three days
Why are you acting like Scrooge on Christmas?
Diction: Oxymoron Syntax: Isocolon
Without that boring desk job I am broke, penniless, impoverished!
Oh Emilia! I'm so sorry, but that amazingly awful! No more boring desk job!
Diction: Synecdoche Syntax: Antithesis
With no job I'm going to have to sell my wheels to afford my apartment's rent
Money is the root of all evils: poverty is the fruit of all goodness
Emilia and Eric sit down to have their weekly cup of coffee of a day they are both free. Eric has noticed Emilia isn't being her cheerful and asks why so Emilia explains what has been happening in her life.
Diction: Sarcasm Syntax: Anastrophe
Well I mean you did get fired for some reason
Eric tries to find the positive side about the terrible situation. Emilia can't see the brightside and talks about how she no longer has money or a source of income
Diction: Hyperbole Syntax: Antimetabole
I can help you out! I have a ton of money!
Emilia is thinking of ways to afford rent for the next few months. Eric is still trying to be positive, but he's not very helpful.
Diction: Simile and Allusion
I'm as serious as a heart attack about the money
Emilia starts to question what she did wrong in order to get fired, Eric stops being supportive and counter backs with a sarcastic comment
Intelligent was I not?
Eric decides to offer Emilia some money as she gets back on her feet. Emilia replies with a response that doesn't say yes or no to his offer, but how she feels towards the money and not working situation.
One should work to get money, not get money to work
Eric makes it clear about the money and helping and Emilia replies with a response that is clearly a joke
Are you going to give me a loan of a million dollars like Donald Trump's father?!