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This is the number one reason why I should not watch Walking Dead before I go to bed.
After viewing the incredible episode that aired last Sunday, I went to bed. And of course, I had a zombie apocalypse themed dream. Since this is a wide scale dream and requires a fair amount of stars, the majority of the people I’m friends with were there. Now they were either zombies or fighting them with me. I won’t say who… you can go ahead and guess that (but Sari was definitely a zombie).
The dream took place in the Emerson College library. The zombie fighters (that’s me!) were living in the Will & Grace set. We had covered the glass so the zombies couldn’t see in because we’re so clever. Unfortunately, they had overrun the library and we had no way out except to fight them all. Unless of course we went through the vents (which some of us did, but there were zombie rats so it didn’t end well).
We were fighting zombies and being totally badass. I, as the lead, had taken out more zombies than I could count. Think of me like Tallahassee from Zombieland
Yeah, I was that badass.
This went on for awhile before we realized there was a handful of zombies left because of our amazing zombie killing powers. If we managed to kill them all, we could escape the library and take refuge in the camp in Piano Row.
We devised a cunning plan to take out the remainder of the zombies. Our fastest runner was to run out, climb the stacks and start making a whole lot of noise. The rest of us waited till most of the zombies were surrounding her and we crept out from the Will & Grace set. Those who did not have a good shot left the library to be saved (Subtle Doctor Who reference, anyone?) but I, plus two others, climbed on the opposite side of the stacks and took aim. And like a boss, we took them out one by one until none were left. We had to get out of the library fast and head over to Piano Row. We didn’t know what waited for us there. We had heard of refuge, but that was a long time ago… God only know what it holds for us know. But we have to try. By god, we have to try.
Then I woke up.
yeah he does.
Time passes, people move… Like a river’s flow, it never ends… A childish mind will turn to noble ambition… Young love will become deep affection… The clear water’s surface reflects growth…
—Sheik, Legend of Zelda