good talk

good talk

A phrase used (often humorously) to end a conversation, perhaps abruptly, because it is becoming awkward or more personal or emotional than one is comfortable with, or has otherwise not gone as one expected, intended, or hoped. A: "But how do you really feel about these changes that are happening in your life? B: "Whoa, good talk, but it's time for me to go." Well, you're clearly not listening to me, so, good talk.
See also: good, talk
References in classic literature ?
Let us rise soon after supper and see this festival; there will be a gathering of young men, and we will have a good talk. Stay then, and do not be perverse.
And when one hears good talk one can join in it without compromising any opinions but one's own; or one can listen, and answer it inwardly.
"That young tutor is an interesting fellow: we had some awfully good talk after dinner about books and things," he threw out tentatively in the hansom.
Put it up, put it up; we will have a good talk about it some other time, but it will not do now.
By this time they had indulged in a good talk and Dorothy had told them all about the awful earthquake and her recent adventures, the breakfast bell rang from the palace and the little girl went inside to join her human comrades.
"At last," said he, rubbing his hands together gleefully, "I have ample leisure for a good talk with my old friend Unc Nunkie.
It is so comforting to creep away now and then for a good talk with them.
"Margaret could not come herself, on account of poor Tibby, so I am here to represent her and to have a good talk."
What you have told your children, they will remember, and be good.” He paused a moment, and then, elevating himself with the grandeur of an Indian chief, he added: “If Chingachgook lives to travel toward the setting sun, after his tribe, and the Great Spirit carries him over the lakes and mountains with the breath of his body, he will tell his people the good talk he has heard; and they will believe him; for who can say that Mohegan has ever lied?”
As I say, I heard the talk, and I knew it for good talk, and I knew that in the night the Russians were to be killed.
"Then I'll show you," said Sir Patrick, crossing his legs, and setting in comfortably for a good talk "You go to the tea-shop, and get your moist sugar.
We'll have a good talk tomorrow, but you really mustn't go on with this reading; it is not good for you!"
He remembered on a sudden all the good talks they had had, and it pained him to think that they would never talk with one another again; he remembered their first meeting and the pleasant months they had spent together in Heidelberg.
Amid growing trade tensions, President Donald Trump said Friday that Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin (https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trade-china/trump-us-had-very-good-talk-with-china-in-person-talks-may-follow-idUSKCN1UE2DI) had a "good talk " with his Chinese counterpart. 
The society says there was a "fairly good attendance" at its April meeting and everyone was treated to a very good talk about the Paisley Pamphlets, something many knew nothing about.