Mostly for my sake. l'm married.

l can't just

be paid in any old currency...

And you. Do you have a boyfriend?




Alright, l got you.

No attachments.

Just family. lt's better that way.

-Just a sister.

-No parents?

l'm sorry,

that's none of my business. Sorry.

-So, you live with her?


-ls that working out okay?


-You two agree on things?


l never agreed with my siblings.

We fought all the time.

But next day, at least when

we were little, it all blew over.

And then

you're best friends again, right?

-You never fight?

-All the time.

-And you still live together?


-So you couldn't find an apartment?

-No, we didn't want to live alone.

-Really, never?


For now, maybe. But you'll

get married and have kids.

Then it's a different story. You

won't want to be together forever.

Why not?

So, does your sister

look as good as you do?


No, she is much better looking.

Well, well...

Okay. We're here now.

Ah, wait. Just a bit, wait.

l've driven you quite a bit.

And you don't have any money.

So don't you think

l'm worth a little something?

What, that's it?

So, what, then?

You're cute. So very cute.

You're like a little doll.

And l...had to

drive quite a distance, so...

Don't you think l'm worth a bit more

than just a kiss on the cheek?

-Right? Come here.


Stop. Let me go. Let me go!

-Come on!

-Okay. Okay.

But let me go. Let go.


Okay. Come on, then.

-So you would just leave me?

-Not 'just'. There's a reason.

-What reason?

-lt doesn't matter.

-Of course it matters!

-Not to you. You don't get it.

-Because l'm too young?

-Because you're a psychopath.


-Or that you are not like me.

A big fat narcissist?

-What have l done to you?

-What have you done? Nothing.

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