Following a statement from Party A to Party B, a "Whitt switch" refers to a
retort from Party B to Party A in which Party B changes a word or phrase
from Party A's statement, but considers the latter statement to be original.
When the bill arrives at an expensive restaurant, Party A turns to
Party B and says "Don't you owe me for lunch last week when I paid for your
meal at the Palmetto Pig?"
Party B retorts, "Don't you owe me from that day I bought you lunch at