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They always told him he ran head first into anything without thinking of the consequences.
He’d got a happy buzz last night from whatever he was offered, and felt himself floating.
The concrete felt warm on his forehead, which wasn’t surprising it being a sunny day.
But this was different.
Somehow he had found himself here, though didn’t exactly know where ‘here’ was.
The last thing he remembered was stepping out onto the sidewalk and the wall closing behind him.
Yeah. Weird, right?
He turned round and examined the wall.
There were no doorways, or handles but there were smudges, shadows and hand prints.
Maybe that was the key.
So he spent the next four hours trying to match his forehead to the markings in the hope that he’d find a fit and be transported back from whence he came.
Either that, or he’d wake up from this nightmare.
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