Avatar dialogue is common and heard in conversations with people. Avatar dialogue works by your avatar superimposes their face over your face in a viewing bubble and talks. People do not realize they allow their avatar to use their voice to speak. Avatar dialogue is spontaneous, with third person language, different voice tones and mannerisms.
Below are four links to watch with times and written dialogue of avatar dialogue from Strippin, Dodger, and Many a True Nerd. The last two links include the human responding to the avatar as though it was another person. Please note the rating.
Strippin: (M rated) Note: Both of Strippin links have stopped working.
Dark Souls II #23 Walkthrough
Dodger: (G rated)
Many a True Nerd: (G rated)
Fallout 4: Survival Mode - Part 19 - Sanctuary
2:02 “Well that was subtle there Jon. You will give away your position very very quickly. Well done Jon.”
A famous avatar dialogue person is Mel Blanc with some 1,500 voices. Below is a quote from an NPR story about Mel Blanc.
"Noel calls his father a method actor. He says he could watch his father in the sound booth, and without hearing the sound could tell exactly what character he was doing because he became the character."
Remember, when you avatar dialogue, you have the tone and mannerisms of the person you channel. I have channeled Porky Pig and stuttered just like the Porky.
Other avatar dialogues are on this channel: Avatar Dialogues