A Faulknerian Analysis: Part 2 of 10

In short, you often make me consider murder as viable means for human interaction, your every act and word an impractical path to selfish ends, never for a moment pondering the implications of your actions, often wondering why we don't understand, sympathize with or promote your irrationality, but, for reasons still under intrapersonal debate, I choose to associate with you--often wondering if your definition of "friend" is at all similar to my definition of "whore"--captivated, I suppose, by your expression of self, motivated to never act in a similar manner and endlessly amazed by your sense of timing and wit.

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