My Coworkers And A Pile Of Walmart Products

All that I can remember of this dream is that maybe a forgotten part of it took place at Walmart and / or another store that was possibly connected to or near what looked like The E House that was also somehow The BP Library even though it mostly looked like The E House.

Whatever happened during the forgotten parts of the dream, which was most of the dream, possibly partly involved my parents and I shopping.

We possibly returned to The E House / The BP Library with a pile of stuff (products) from Walmart that was put in the hallway that one of the entrance / exits doors is on, the pile of Walmart stuff was near the opening of the hallway by the living room, and everyone was free to get stuff from the pile.

My coworkers ran to the pile grabbing all that they could, I was in the living room and maybe so was my dad, and my mom was in another room.

After grabbing mostly everything, my coworkers all split up and they went to different rooms to go through the stuff that they quickly grabbed and possibly even shelved up with actual shovels, and that left me with little to nothing.

The last person at the pile before I walked over was our branch manager Mrs. MB, I briefly talked with her about how fast our coworkers grabbed things, and Mrs. MB told me that she liked Walmart stuff and so this seemed exciting to her and them especially because this was all free.

Mrs. MB joked that it was probably bad and a bit embarrassing, but that it was true and then she went to a room to go through the stuff that she grabbed from the pile.

I possibly said something to my dad and then my mom, and then I went to see some of the things that my coworkers had picked out and to see how were they organizing their stuff et cetera.

But I woke up.

The end,

-John Jr




What is it?

The image above is an American World War II anti-rumor propaganda poster for The Women’s Army Corps (WAC) (1941 -1945) that was created by The Office For Emergency Management | Office of War Information | Domestic Operations Branch | Bureau of Special Services | (03/09/1943 – 09/15/1945) and is from the collection of The National Archives At College Park of The National Archives And Records Administration called: “WAAC – SILENCE MEANS SECURITY”.

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Record group: Record Group 44: Records of the Office of Government Reports, 1932 – 1947 (National Archives Identifier: 373 )
Series: World War II Posters, compiled 1942 – 1945 (National Archives Identifier: 513498 )
NAIL Control Number: NWDNS-44-PA-2280
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