An act requiring parties to relocate before having an important conversation.
Section 1. Whereas important conversations are ones that revolve around urgent issues and major discoveries.
Section 2. Whereas important conversations and confrontations must occur in the appropriate scene, and not in the same location where the discovery was made.
Section 3. In line with Section 2 of this act, the concerned parties must delay their impassioned discussions to relocate to an appropriate scene such as, but not limited to:
(a) A cafe or restaurant for conversations that require throwing water/drink in people’s faces
(b) A bar for conversations between bros who discovered they are in love with the same woman
(b) A park or playground for light conversations where both parties admit their feelings and clear misunderstandings
(c) A warehouse or similar dodgy place for gangster talk, exchanging large pieces of evidence, beating each other up, etc.
(d) A riverside, beach, or bridge for plotting corporate takeovers, murder, or breaking-up
Section 4. Violations and Penalties
(a) Persons or individuals who fail to wait for relocation and choose to discuss things en route shall encounter a fifty percent (50%) chance of meeting the Truck of Doom.
(b) Persons or individuals that attempt to discuss things on-the-spot shall be called away for more important matters and shall lose the chance to explain their side properly.
Section 5. Effectivity – The Relocation Act provides a picturesque view of important conversations. Relocation does not protect any of the parties from being stalked.