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  • I was dressed up and going out. You were there and your friend. It sort of looked like a bar/grocery aisle. We were surprised to see each other but it felt normal, like no time passed. It was snowing. We were having a good time and decided to leave together. I asked if you were still with her and you said no. We were outside walking with a group of people in logan square. There was slush everywhere. I stepped in a puddle. My foot was soaked but not cold. I lost you for a min in the crowd, so I waited. You looked at me and kissed me. We continued to walk. Then there were zombies. Zombies everywhere. We were running and then I woke up.
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