A day out in Deep Deuce: A tale of two daisies

Published Friday, June 28, 2019
by Nate Fisher

Dan awoke in his Deep Deuce apartment to a confusing mélange of music, lights, the not-so-mellifluous scent of stale beer and, worst of all, a dead phone.

Last night had started innocently enough, with a brewery crawl using the OKC Streetcar alongside a few buddies. Somewhere along the line, however, the decision was made to end the night at Fassler Hall, and that’s where things got a little fuzzy.

Still fully clothed, Dan instinctively reached into his pockets to do “the check”: wallet, keys, phone, phew. But he also felt something else. Pulling out a folded piece of paper, his mind began to swim – what was this and what all had happened last night?

“Looking forward to meeting you for coffee tomorrow.”

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