By A "Friend"
It can buy you a House, but not a Home.
It can buy you a Bed, but not Sleep.
It can buy you a Clock, but not Time.
It can buy you a Book, but not Knowledge.
It can buy you a Position, but not Respect.
It can buy you Medicine, but not Health.
It can buy you Blood, but not Life.
It can buy you Sex, but not Love.
So you see, money isn’t everything. The best things in life can’t be bought, and often we destroy ourselves trying! I tell you all this because I am your Friend, and as your Friend I want to take away your needless pain and suffering. So send me all your money and I will suffer for you.
(Cash only, please!)
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