When in Rome 1: Accounting for Taste — 7 of 31

Emily Short

Release 3

Section 6 - Some standardized body parts

A body part is a kind of thing.

Some hair is a kind of body part. Understand "hair" or "hairdo" or "curls" as hair. One hair is part of every woman. A nose is a kind of body part. Understand "nose" as nose. One nose is part of every woman. The description of a nose is usually "Turned up, in a way that looks a little annoyed." Some eyes are a kind of body part. Understand "eye" or "eyes" or "eyelashes" as eyes. Eyes is part of every woman. A mouth is a kind of body part. One mouth is part of every woman. Understand "mouth" or "face" or "lips" as a mouth. [This isn't meant to be sexist about body parts, but since the player is unable to examine his own features anyway, it seems easiest to give them only to Esther.] The description of a mouth is usually "You have the faint impression that she's smirking at you."

Smelling a body part is impertinent behavior. Touching a body part is impertinent behavior. Tasting a body part is impertinent behavior. Smelling a woman is impertinent behavior. Touching a woman is impertinent behavior. Tasting a woman is impertinent behavior. Instead of impertinent behavior: say "You're not on terms of adequate intimacy."

Touching something which is worn by a woman is impertinent behavior. Smelling something which is worn by a woman is impertinent behavior. Tasting something which is worn by a woman is impertinent behavior.