January 12, 2018
Originally, that last line read “you get used to it.” It was pointed out that there is a different implication to that than to “you’ll get used to it,” and so I went with the latter. Make of that what you will.
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“You get used to it” sounds more like he knows this from personal experience, which would suggest he once experienced such pain and moral quandary. “You’ll get used to it” for whatever reason doesn’t imply personal pain quite as much. Like maybe he knows Fawn will get used to it because the other Fawns did?