Jill is annoyed with Jack, ignoring his attempts to get her to smile as she drives a city road. She stops for petrol, and while she's filling the tank, he goes into the station's mini-mart and buys a bouquet, chocolates, and a few odds and ends. While she's paying, he sits in the passenger seat, strewing the flowers and things. She pushes away the flowers, starts the car, and resumes driving, staring straight ahead. He peels the paper off a chocolate and sets it on the dash near her hand. She takes it. He sets out another; soon she softens, then, she folds down the visor. Has Jack made things right again? And the tuffet?
Without a doubt, the irresponsible Jack likes playing jokes on others, and this time, he is in for a big trouble, as his girlfriend, Jill, is irritated with him. Eventually, as the couple enters a petrol station, Jack will find the opportunity to make things right again by purchasing flowers and chocolate with the intention to win Jill back, nevertheless, is this enough to put the past behind?
A young man tries to make things right again in his relationship after he and his girlfriend get in a fight.
- Jack and Jill are always hurting each other's feelings. But like mum said, "It's all fun and games until someone loses an eye."