Ned walks up to Matty. They are strangers.
Ned: You can stand here with me if you want but you’ll have to agree not to talk about the heat.
Matty: I’m a married woman.
Ned: Meaning what?
Matty: Meaning I’m not looking for company.
Ned: Then you should have said, ‘I’m a happily married woman’.
Matty: That’s my business.
Matty: How happy I am.
Ned: And how happy is that?
Matty: You’re not too smart are you?
She starts to walk away.
Matty: I like that in a man.
Ned: What else do you like? Lazy? Ugly? Horny? I got ’em all.
Matty: You don’t look lazy. Tell me, does chat like this work with most women?
Ned: Some, if they haven’t been around much.
Matty: I wondered, thought maybe I was out of touch.
Ned: Can I buy you a drink?
Matty: I told you. I’ve got a husband.
Ned: I’ll buy him one too.
Matty: He’s out of town.
Ned: My favorite kind, we’ll drink to him.
Matty: Only comes up on weekends.
Ned: I’m liking him better all the time.
She stubs out her cigarette.
Ned: You better take me up on this quick. In about forty five minutes, I’m going to give up and go away.
Body Heat (1981), written and directed by Lawrence Kasdan.