The footsteps seem to lead nowhere. They begin in the woods. Broken sticks, misplaced leaves, bushes trampled. After a while, I realize I have no clue as to where I am, and all I can hear is my damp jeans rubbing together. I look around, more clueless than ever. I decide to continue following the footsteps since I have no other ideas on where to go. After a while, I hear the sound of cars. I soon found myself on a street that I know well. In fact, it is my street.
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