...Okay, Now What?

The room had four walls. The room was a square. The room was 10x10 meters wide.

The room had one door. The room had one window. The room had one chair. The room had one table. The room had an empty glass. The room had a tap.

The door was located on the South wall. The window was located on the East wall. The tap was located on the West wall.

The glass was located near the North wall. The table was located at the Centre. The chair was located against the West wall.

…okay, now what?





Magnus stood up. “What should I do?” He asked.

“Have some water.”

A voice says.

Magnus grabbed the glass. He took it to the sink and filled it half way. He sipped it.

The water is too cold.

Your throat has frostbite.

You have died.

The room had four walls. The room was a square. The room was 10x10 meters wide.

The room had one door. The room had one window. The room had one chair. The room had one table. The room had an empty glass. The room had a tap.

The door was located on the South wall. The window was located on the East wall. The tap was located on the West wall.

The glass was located near the North wall. The table was located at the Centre. The chair was located against the West wall.

…okay, now what?

Magnus repeated his instructions, except for drinking the water. He put it on the table and make ASL to the window God, asking for permission to open the window.

You put the glass of water on the table.

“Sure,” the window answers.

Magnus opened the window.

The room is slightly hotter.

…okay, now what?

Magnus put the glass of water on the window sill, placing it carefully so it wouldn’t fall.

The disrespect has angered the God of Window.

You have died.

The room had four walls. The room was a square. The room was 10x10 meters wide.

The room had one door. The room had one window. The room had one chair. The room had one table. The room had an empty glass. The room had a tap.

The door was located on the South wall. The window was located on the East wall. The tap was located on the West wall.

The glass was located near the North wall. The table was located at the Centre. The chair was located against the West wall.

…okay, now what?

REPEAT EVERYTHING BUT ASK GOD OF WINDOW FOR PERMISSION FIRST!
Breathes.

“No.”

The window answers.

“Please?” Magnus asked.

“No.”

The window answers again.

Magnus bowed politely. “Do you know a way to heat up water, in that case?” He asked.

I fill the cup full of warm water

You are talking to a window…

You have gone crazy.

You have died.

The room had four walls. The room was a square. The room was 10x10 meters wide.

The room had one door. The room had one window. The room had one chair. The room had one table. The room had an empty glass. The room had a tap.

The door was located on the South wall. The window was located on the East wall. The tap was located on the West wall.

The glass was located near the North wall. The table was located at the Centre. The chair was located against the West wall.

…okay, now what?

Repeat everything up to opening the window.

I fill the glass and place it in the corner, because the corners are 90 degrees.

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