Game:Pick Up the Phone Booth and Aisle/lookleft

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You look to the left.

But really, that's kind of an ambiguous statement, isn't it? I mean, sure, we told you where you are and all, with the aisle, the pasta, the woman, and the phone booth, and we also told you that the aisle stretches north/south, and that's all good, but we never really mentioned what direction you were facing. So what, exactly, do you mean by "look left"? That could mean you're looking out one end of the aisle, looking at the woman, looking at the phone booth, looking anywhere, but could you please be a bit more specific? For all I know, you could be looking both ways before crossing the aisle just to make sure you don't get run over by the floor waxing machine.

Well, as it turns out, that was what you were doing, and while I wasted your time with the last paragraph, the floor waxing machine came by and ran you over.

*** You have died with a healthy wax shine ***


But wait...

You feel a tremendous wrench – the hand of God coming down to wipe clean the temporal chalkboard. The world dissolves, and then quickly floods back into existence, restoring its state as it was before you made your move.

But somehow, things aren't set up exactly the same as last time....

Late Thursday night. You've had a hard day and the last thing you need is this: shopping. Luckily, the place is pretty empty and you're progressing rapidly.

On to the next aisle.

The aisle stretches to the north, and back to the south. The shelves on either side of you block your view of the rest of the supermarket, with only the brightly colored aisle markers visible.

You have stopped your trolley next to the pasta section, bright plastic bags full of pale skin-tone shapes.

There is a brunette woman a few meters ahead, filling her trolley with sauces.

A shiny metal phone booth sits in the center of the aisle.


Your move:

*Secret option!
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Double super-secret option!

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