Counterfeit Monkey — 41 of 292

Emily Short

Release 5

Part 2 - Senses

Section 1 - Smell and Taste

A thing has some text called the scent-description.

The scent-description of a person is usually "deod[our]ant".

A thing has some text called the flavor-description.

Instead of tasting something:

if the flavor-description of the noun is "":

if the noun is r-abstract:

say "There's not enough there to provide much flav[our].";

else:

say "[Cap It-they of noun] taste[s] as I would have expected.";

otherwise:

say "[flavor-description of the noun].[paragraph break]".

Instead of smelling something:

if the scent-description of the noun is "":

if the noun is r-abstract:

say "There's hardly any od[our] to [the noun].";

else:

say "[Cap It-they of noun] smell[s] as I would have expected.";

otherwise:

say "[Cap It-they of noun] smell[s] like [scent-description of the noun].[paragraph break]".

Instead of tasting something which is not edible:

if the noun is a person:

say "That would be unpleasantly intimate.";

otherwise:

say "[one of]I have an aversion to licking things that aren't meant for human consumption.[or]Doesn't that seem kind of germy?[or]Ew.[at random]".

Understand "bite [someone]" as attacking.

Understand "bite [something]" as tasting.

Instead of eating something:

say "[one of]I don't think our nausea makes eating such a great idea.[or]I really couldn't.[or]I'm still feeling pretty sick to our stomach.[or]Let's not tempt fate.[cycling]"