Answer: [crosstalk] (Type [crosstalk] in the box)
The tag [crosstalk] is correct because according to Clean Verbatim Style Guide?
Use the [crosstalk] tag when you cannot make out what a speaker says because another primary speaker is talking over them. DO NOT use this tag to “represent” where a speaker interjected over another. Remember that each speaker gets their own line; assume in this example that you can hear everything the first speaker said but not the second speaker: I thought it might be fun to [inaudible].
Did you go to the store when I asked you to, or—[crosstalk]. –did you forget again?
But if you understand both, you don’t need the [crosstalk] tag. It helps to focus on one voice at a time to pick apart the conversation.
Did you go to the store when I asked you to, or—
Oops. No, I forgot.
–did you forget again?