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100 WCGU #120: Nothing's Ordinary on Opposite World

Noelle looked in the window, which on Opposite World meant she looked out. The reflection of doorways looked too dangerous to walk through which meant they were new. She took a step away, which meant she took a step closer; she held her ruby slippers to her chest, which meant that her pink tennis shoes were sitting on the shelf inside the room. She thought she felt the drops of rain and the sudden torrent that followed, which meant that the inside of the room was quickly being drowned. She laughed deliriously, which on Opposite World meant she cried remorsefully.

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