MOTHER: Okay, time to go to sleep. Can I give you a big hug before I go?
CHILD leaps out of bed, runs behind mother, and throws his arms around her back.
CHILD: I'll give you a monkey hug!
MOTHER: Okay, okay little monkey. That was a nice hug. Now it's time for all the cute little monkeys in the world to go to bed.
CHILD: No, it's not time for me to go to bed. I'm a nocturnal monkey.
MOTHER: Oh, well, nocturnal monkey, it just happens to be daytime! So it is time for you to go to bed!
CHILD: It's not daytime. There's just a lot of lights on in my room.
MOTHER: Well, all that light must be making you sleepy, right, nocturnal monkey?
CHILD: No. I'm a nocturnal and diurnal monkey.
MOTHER: When do you sleep, then?
CHILD: Um . . . I only sleep at . . . dusk.