Timmy: I'm telling you Ivan, you can't wish for youself to read other people's thoughts using yours. I've done it myself, and things had gotten out of hand.
Ivan: I could assume a suspicious Crock-Pot was making things out of control with that wish, huh?
Timmy: You've read my mind.
Ivan: I just wish I had some good advice to help me understand how other people think. (bumps into Missy) Sorry.
Missy: That's alright. Oh, hi Timmy.
Timmy: Hey Missy, how's life going for you?
Missy: Very good. Who's your friend?
Timmy: This is Ivan Prestonovich. He's from Russia.
Ivan:(shakes hands with Missy) Nice to meet you.
Missy: Pleasure's all mine. So, I couldn't help but overhearing your problem of thinking about what other people think, right?
Ivan: That's right. Anything you know that can help me?
Missy: Well, it's simple. All you have to is figure out what that person or thing's strength and weakness, study their actions and know what might happen next.
Timmy: See? Pretty simple.
Missy: I mean, it's not like you can magically wish up some mind-reading top hat. It would be better than manually reading minds yourself and then all of a sudden suffer from hearing too many thoughts or something.
Ivan:(sees a brown haired girl with purple eyes) And who's that?
Kristina: I'm Missy's best friend, Kristina Wilson.
Ivan: Nice to meet you too.
Timmy: I have a feeling that I've seen her somewhere outside of school.
Missy: Well, we'll be seeing you guys.
Ivan: See you later, Missy. Thanks for the helpful, yet weird in the end advice. (To Timmy) Of all the people you've introduced me to, you didn't tell me about her.