A subject, a verb, and a direct object enter a bar and sit on the stools.
“What’ll ya have?” the bartender asks.
“I’ll have whatever he’s having,” the noun said pointing to the direct object.
“Same for me,” the verb said, “but make mine to go.”
The bartender then looked directly at the direct object.
The direct object rolled his eyes back and fluttered his lips. “All day,” he said, “all day and now we finally have a noun-verb agreement and I have no clue what I want.”
The subject looked at the verb. “I told you he was a third wheel.”
“Let’s go,” the verb said.
“Agreed,” said the subject and they left.