Amici, partea II

Va povesteam aici ce Amicul meu X. Am avut ieri un flash, cu acelasi amic pe care nu il vazusem de vre-o juma’ de an. Ne-am intalnit aseara, l-am ajutat cu o mobila, i-am speriat copilul de vre-o 5-6 luni cu barba si cu vocea groasa, am baut 2 cani de apa si am plecat. Totul s-a desfasurat cu o naturalete de parca ne vazusem zilnic in ultima jumate de an si ca si cum ne vom vedea in fiecare zi de-acum incolo.

Probabil va intrebati ce-i cu aberatiile astea, dar eu sunt fascinat de modul in care nici eu si nici el nu ne simtim obligati sa ne intalnim des sau sa “intretinem relatia” cu forta si cu toate astea, de fiecare data cand ne intalnim am aceeasi senzatie de timp care a stat pe loc si noi defapt ne intalniseram ultima data acu vre-o 2 zile si nu acu vre-o cateva luni.

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About Josef Svejk
Through possibly-feigned idiocy or incompetence he repeatedly manages to frustrate military authority and expose its stupidity in a form of passive resistance: the reader is left unclear, however, as to whether Švejk is genuinely incompetent, or acting quite deliberately with dumb insolence. These absurd events reach a climax when Švejk, wearing a Russian uniform, is mistakenly taken prisoner by his own troops. Source: Wikipedia

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