As our narrator tells us, Aristotle determined there were three types of friends you will meet in life:
1. Friendships of utility
2. Friendships of pleasure
3. Friendships of the good
But the narrator offers up a fourth type of friendship that I can’t really argue with: Friendships of history. The types of friends who you were once close with but grew in different directions; the kinds where you’re still friends who act close just because…well…because. That’s the kind of friendship on display here.