Me: Do you want to watch the rest of that movie [that we started yesterday]?
SH: Not this afternoon.
Me: Do you want to watch it tonight?
SH: I don't think so.
Me: Do you or don't you?
SH: No. I don't want watch it.
Me: That would have been useful information yesterday [when I could have watched it by myself last night].
SH: You didn't ask me.
Me: Yes I did.
SH: You didn't ask me for a definitive answer.
Me: I did ask you for an answer!
SH: You should have pressed me.
Me: So it's my fault?
Me: Hear this. This statement applies to all questions I will ask until we die. When I ask you a question, any question, I want the definitive answer.
SH: What if I say,"I don't know?"
Me: Just make up your mind already. I'll just watch it tonight.
SH: But - you would watch it by yourself?
Me: Yes! It's due tomorrow.
SH: If you're going to watch it tonight, I might watch it with you.