The Instructions - Chapters 13-16 Summary & Analysis

Adam Levin
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Chapters 13-16 Summary

Gurion has individual therapy with someone he calls "Call-Me-Sandy." She tells him she's worried about him. He challenges that statement, saying that she's just a nervous person who worries about everything. They spar verbally for a while, until Gurion interrupts to ask her how long she's known she is a lesbian. The therapist, shocked, tells him his question is "inappropriate." He tells her that she should approach the woman she loves and kiss her. The therapist breaks down and cries, admitting that she does love another woman. Gurion says he'll continue to come to his appointments, but will not talk to her, then hands her a tissue.

"What do you call a cow that's playing with himself?" Eliyahu asks. "Quoydanawnsinz," answers Botha. Gurion and Benji Nakamook engage in a breath-holding contest. At 10 seconds, a large, whie blob appears on Benji's forehead...

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