Tom and Jerry go to a local street food market.
Tom: "Jerry, this street food market is a must. The locals say the food tastes amazing."
Jerry: "Wow, Tom, the smells alone are making me hungry! What should we try first?"
Tom: "Let's start with something simple, like pad ka prao. Do you like spicy food?"
Jerry: "Let's go for it! I'm always up for a little heat."
Vendor: "Hello, what would you like to order?"
Tom: "Two plates of pad ka prao, please. One spicy, one not."
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