This chapter opens with a conversation between a company manager and a client of the company. The manager tells the client that he needs to get rid of his fertilized egg. The client, who is 24 or 25 years older than the manager, agrees to do so. The company manager tells him that the client's baby is one month old and that the baby has a rash on his face. The man is taking his family out to eat for the 100th day of the child's life. The conversation turns to the subject of fried chicken, which the company manager says is "so satisfying" and which the client is "obsessed with diners" . He tells the man that he can "ongist" the temptation of the chicken by opening his mouth and eating a "big bite" , but the man can't open his mouth fast enough to eat a "large bite" because he's afraid the chicken will bite him in the mouth. He then tells the manager that the man's headache was caused by eating too much fried chicken and that "nobody will get hurt" because the man is bluffing.