I was in a mall with my primary school best friend, Zoe, and we were going to see a movie but in the part I remember, all I recall is that we were hanging from gymnastics rings over the elevator and doing some pretty cool stuff. Nobody seemed to see us. When we fell, it didn't hurt us - we'd just jump on the escalator back up to the top floor.
I was outside, down the side of a brick house that could have been my parents, talking to someone, and they told me about some animal that fiercely protected its brother when he was attacked. It was a duck or a bird, but I thought I might test the theory using a fly. I had an egg flip in my hand rather than a fly swatter, and caught one fly under the chin, held it to the ground with the egg flip placed threateningly at its throat. I must have killed it, because suddenly another fly was trying to attack me (attempting to fly inside my ear) and I had to stand in an alcove to hide.
I was in a public toilet, and was exhausted so I curled up to sleep on the commode, with my head and legs resting on two sanitation containers. I was making crackling noises somehow, doing something wrong, something you shouldn't do in a toilet. It could have been eating lollies, for example, but I can't remember. A head popped over the side wall, though, and it was a girl I knew in high school, Kareen (not even seeming to notice that she'd just invaded my privacy), saying, "What is all that crackling?"
"Tampons," I said, trying to cover up whatever it was I'd been doing that I shouldn't have been. And there WERE tampon wrappers lying around, so my story seemed to make sense, even though I was still lying there on a toilet and that must have looked strange enough in itself. My next words were a belatedly surprised, "Kareen!" and some other enthused wow-fancy-meeting-you-here crap, because I haven't seen her in years. I told her to wait outside for me when she came out, but I don't think she even heard me.
I was sitting on a lounge near a corner that was piled high with boxes that might have contained gifts. I was trying to pack stuff into my bag to go somewhere, and a car full of people was waiting outside for me, but I just couldn't get everything in. I kept having to remove things and put things back in, and when I finally got everything packed I went to leave and realised I was locked in. I couldn't get out without my key, which was right at the bottom of my bag. I emptied my bag, got the key, and went outside expecting them to be gone but they were there waiting, smiling (there were actually two spare seats in the car) and I climbed into the front seat apologising even though they didn't mind at all.