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John Cater, Rob Dubbin, Eric Eve, Elizabeth Heller, Jayzee, Kazuki Mishima, Sarah Morayati, Mark Musante, Emily Short, Adam Thornton, and Ziv Wities

Release 1

Chapter 5 - Protruding

A thing can be protruding or flush. A thing is usually protruding.

Instead of tying a flush thing to something:

say "[The noun] [if the noun acts plural]don't[otherwise]doesn't[end if] offer much scope for tying."

Instead of tying something to a flush thing:

say "[The second noun] [if the second noun acts plural]don't[otherwise]doesn't[end if] offer much scope for tying."

Instead of swinging or waving a flush thing:

say "[The noun] [is-are]n't really the kind of thing you can get a satisfying swing out of."

Check pulling a flush thing:

say "[The noun] [if the noun acts plural]don't[otherwise]doesn't[end if] offer much of a handle for pulling." instead.

Check pushing a flush thing:

say "[The noun] [if the noun acts plural]don't[otherwise]doesn't[end if] offer much leverage for pushing." instead.

Check turning a flush thing:

say "[The noun] [if the noun acts plural]don't[otherwise]doesn't[end if] really twist as such." instead.

Check climbing a flush thing:

if the noun is part of a person:

say "[going-crazy]" instead;

say "[The noun] [is-are] not rich in [one of]toe-holds[or]finger-grips[at random]." instead.