Book 2 - Burger Shoppe
Chapter 1 - Description and Objects
The description of Burger Shoppe is "Inside's and Outside's Hamburger Sandwicherie is a facility best known for selling peculiar ground beef sandwiches. Over the past few years, these so-called 'Hamburgers' have gained a surprising amount of popularity, being favored mostly by iconoclasts in opposition to the predominance of seafood in the area.[paragraph break]The eatery itself is bright and clean. A handful of customers are seated at tables, enjoying their Hamburger sandwiches and talking amongst themselves. The only exit is east to Bleakton Common." Burger Shoppe is proper-named. Burger Shoppe is indoors.
The burger shoppe window is a backdrop. It is in Burger Shoppe and Bleakton Common. The burger shoppe window originates in Burger Shoppe.
The counter, the tables, the cash register, and the chairs are scenery in Burger Shoppe. The tables and chairs are plural-named.
A menu is fixed in place in the Burger Shoppe. "A menu is mounted above the counter." The description of the menu is "'HAMBURGER SANDWICH . . . . . $0.50'[paragraph break]That's the only item listed. Apparently this establishment subscribes to the philosophy of doing one thing well."
After examining the menu:
note the Hamburger sandwich;
continue the action.
Before doing anything to the cash register:
if the action requires a touchable noun, say "[O Side] growls, 'I wouldn't do that if I were you.'" instead;
A Hamburger sandwich is a notable thing. The description of the Hamburger sandwich is "This mouth-watering concoction consists of two all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, and onions on a sesame seed bun." Understand "burger" as the hamburger sandwich.
The customers are plural-named people in Burger Shoppe. The customers are scenery. The description of the customers is "A regular slice of Americana.".
After offending the customers:
say "The customers avert their eyes."