Chunky Blues — 25 of 59

Scott Hammack and Jessamin Yu

Release 2

Volume 3 - The Player

Instead of examining yourself when the player is hung over, say "You are looking rather the worse for wear.";

An expression is an unlistable thing worn by the player. The printed name of the expression is "smile". The description of the expression is "Hollywood teeth." Understand "teeth/mouth/lips" as the expression. The expression can be smile or frown. The expression is smile. Understand the smile property as describing the expression.

Instead of taking off the expression:

if the expression is frown:

say "You turn that frown upside down.";

now the expression is smile;

now the description of the expression is "Hollywood teeth.";

now the printed name of the expression is "smile";

else:

say "You wipe that smirk off your pretty-boy face.";

now the expression is frown;

now the description of the expression is "Why so glum, chum?";

now the printed name of the expression is "frown";

record "grumpiness" as achieved;

[A body part is a kind of thing. All body parts are parts of the player.

A head part is a kind of thing. All head parts are parts of your head.]

[Your head is a body part. Your arms are body parts. Your legs are body parts. Your torso is a body part. Your hands are body parts. Your feet are body parts.

Your eyes are head parts. Your ears are head parts. Your nose is a head part. Your hair is a head part.]