Apple: There are apple trees throughout the country because of me.
Bunyan: I built the railroads single-handedly?
Apple: That doesn’t sound right.
Bunyan: I built the railroads faster than a machine could?
Apple: Wait, who’s John Henry?
Bunyan: Oh, is that who I’m thinking of?
Apple: I think so.
Bunyan: Quick thing, what’s on your head?
Apple: I wear a metal pot on my head as a hat. Kind of how people recognize me.
Bunyan: Sorry to backtrack here, but did you say that there are apple trees throughout the country because of you?
Apple: Wasn’t that my thing? Spreading apple seeds throughout the country?
Bunyan: I don’t even think you’re a real person. I think we might both be characters from fables.
Apple: No, I think I was definitely real first and then later became a character. Like Davy Crockett, who I know was real, but probably didn’t kill a bear at three years of age, because a three-year-old would have trouble handling the sort of firearm required to take down a bear.
Bunyan: Could’ve been a three-year-old bear he killed.
Apple: I guess.
Bunyan: Are you sure I’m not real? I mean there’s a statue of me somewhere in the Midwest. It was in the movie Fargo. They don’t make statues out of fake people.
Apple: Not sure if you’re real, but I know you had an ox named Babe.
Bunyan: With whom I built railroads?
Apple: Sure, with whom you built railroads.