Sarah: Hey Lisa, wait up! I've wanted to have a chance to talk to you.
Lisa: Hi! What's up?
Sarah: This weekend I'm having a birthday party for Ted. I'd like you to come.
Lisa: I'd love to. When is it?
Sarah: We're having it this Saturday at 8:00 at my house. We're going to order a pizza and play some games. Then whoever wants to stay longer can hang out and watch a video.
Lisa: It sounds like a lot of fun. But now that I think about it, I promised I would do something with Nathan Saturday night.
Sarah: Well why don't you bring him along? It would be fun. Ted would really like that. I'm sure.
Lisa: Really? That would be great. Okay, I'll ask Nathan to come along. *What can I bring?
Sarah: Nothing. Just bring yourselves. No presents are necessary and everything else has been planned.
*It is polite to offer to bring something to a party.
wait up- wait, wait for me
what's up- what is happening? what do you want to talk about?
hang out (slang)- be with friends doing nothing special
bring (someone) along- invite someone, have someone join you
come along- follow, join you