ikeas dressers are bad, I’ve heard.
A couple of weeks ago, I was sitting at a table in a grocery store with a few of my friends.
One of the tables had a dresser that looked like a Ikea bed.
It was too big for me to fit in, and I was really upset about that.
But my friend was having none of it.
She had been eyeing the dresser for a while, and finally asked me if I thought she could fit in there.
I said sure, I’d show her around.
The next thing I know, I’m sitting on the floor, looking at the dressers and wondering why I should have been so upset about this.
“I think I’m going to end up being like a zombie, but at least I’m alive,” my friend said.
That’s not the only time I’ve seen a dressers-as-a-zombie scenario unfold.
When I was young, I lived in a tiny town in northern England, and we had a family that had to stay at a hostel every night.
Every night, they had to find an old suitcase with clothes inside.
At the time, it was pretty easy to see the dressERs as a sort of apocalypse.
Each suitcase had an alarm clock and a key, so if one of them went off, the other would get started on the night.
I’d go up to the bedroom, open the suitcase, and watch as my mom would try to open the door.
In the early 1980s, I had a friend who was a nurse.
He said that he’d heard a story about an old couple who’d been stuck in a dressER for years and had been in a coma.
They’d been on a long road to recovery, and they’d finally gotten it done, but their dressER had a memory leak and they couldn’t open it.
They were stuck in the dressERS forever.
So he said that a friend told him about a couple who were trapped in the same place for a long time.
We’ve had this story for years, and people still get confused about whether it’s real or not, because we don’t really know what it’s like.
But the memory leak in the case was real.
Now, I don’t think it’s just about memories, either.
There are people in every profession who get stuck in these situations, and it’s a really sad way to be.
This story comes from a friend of mine who is a doctor.
He told me that he’s worked in a nursing home for many years and that a nurse who was stuck in one of these dressERS for years would go in and get some rest.
Then, they’d find the old suitcase, put it in the fridge, and the old nurse would go out to work the next day.
The nurse would get home from work and start the clock on the dresserver.
Finally, she’d open it, put some clothes in it, and get ready for the day.
Her dressER would go off.
She’d open the drawer, and all of a sudden, she was stuck.
It was very frustrating for her, because she could not remember where she’d put the clothes, and she had no way to get out.
She would have to do the whole thing over again.
Like I said, I think that I would end up like a zombies zombie, although I’d be alive.
My friend is correct: she’d have to open up her dressER once every two weeks.
If you are one of those people who thinks that the dressERGs are an end in themselves, you have to admit that the stories of the nurses trapped in them are really interesting.
And the stories about the old woman in the hospital bed in the story above are true, in a sense.
However, there is a lot more to this story.
You know, if you’re stuck in an Ikea, you could imagine what it is like to have a dressERG.
Imagine you’re in a small apartment in a country town and you have a couch, a bed, and some furniture.
Or imagine that you’re trapped in a giant Ikea in the middle of the woods, where you can’t get out of your bed.
You can’t see anything because of the curtains.
Just imagine the discomfort and loneliness that comes with the feeling that you might never be able to get up again.
But that’s not all.
The furniture is broken.
You’re not going to find anything new.
Your dressER is just an old thing.
It doesn’t know what to do with it.
You’ve never seen the bed, the sofa, or the bed frame.
Somehow, the dress ER is always ready to go on the next set of clothes.
And even if you’ve been trapped