“Good evening,” would probably be an appropriate way to start a conversation with someone, but it is probably too late to ask someone to leave if you’ve started talking with them already. A polite, but firm request is necessary, but it could be more than that.
There are many situations where it is appropriate to ask someone to leave, but not everyone will be aware of it. If youve just finished talking to someone who is clearly not happy with the conversation then politely asking to end the conversation right now is the perfect way to end a conversation.
If you are being overly polite, then you are probably going to get an apology from the person you asked. In this case you can try apologizing, but you are probably going to get a more aggressive response.
I’ll add a few more background information first, but for now focus on just the main characters. For now that’s a really important part of the story, but if you want to get up close, you can do it. You can also tell your characters what to do to start a conversation, but you can’t do much more than that.
So when your character wants to ask someone to leave, say something like “I think I’ll leave,” or “I’m really sorry to bother you,” or “I hate to bother you,” or “I was just curious,” or whatever.
If your character does want to tell someone to leave, they will usually use some form of a polite request. It’s usually something like Ill leave, Im sorry to bother you, Im not interested, or Im way too busy right now, which in a way means “you’re not going to die.” However, this is not always the case.
The character you’re asking to leave has a great deal of sympathy for you. We want to give you a smile and give you a hug. You can do just that. But there will probably be some kind of joke to help you get away from this. We all know that the way you play your game is to get away from the audience and the audience is not interested in the viewer.
Like I said, I’m not really interested, but I am going to say that if you don’t want to be here, then you can leave right now. The best way to get out of this chair is to turn off the microphone and leave quietly. You might not get a hug from me, but at least you wont be here to cause any more trouble.
Don’t do this. This is not going to be a good experience for you. You will not be able to escape the audience at all, and those of us who want to leave have been told by the camera (or the microphone) that we are not welcome to leave. The only way to get through this is to get the camera off your neck and to go “Hey, I am sorry, I am sorry, I am sorry, I am sorry.