Jadzia Dax: Worf, you’re practically easygoing. What’s next? A sense of humor?
Worf: I have a sense of humor! On the Enterprise I was considered to be quite amusing.
Jadzia Dax: That must have been one dull ship.
Worf: That is a joke. I get it… it is not funny, but I get it.
Jadzia Dax: I don’t know if I can get used to this “new you.” It’s kind of eerie.
Worf: Your problem is, you cannot accept change.
Jadzia Dax: *I* can’t accept change?
Worf: That is correct.
Jadzia Dax: Oh, you’ve gotta be kidding! I’ve changed bodies six times, Worf.
Worf: Yes, but you are still very set in your ways.
Jadzia Dax: And look who’s talking.
Worf: Well, I do not have to sleep on the same side of the bed every night, or brush my hair exactly fifty strokes every night, or eat the same thing for breakfast every day, or read the last page of the book before the beginning, or lift up the…
Jadzia Dax: I get the point! I don’t know how you can live with someone so monotonous.
Worf: It is not easy… *That* was a joke.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Season 6: Episode 16 – “Change of Heart”