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<b>IN THE SOUP</b> (rules)
Accept the notion that "<i>garnishes</i>" is short-hand for a descriptive writing which is antonymic or contrary to that which is being described.
Accept this substition with the same spirit of linguistic mutation which enables a phrase like "In the Soup" to mean, perhaps, a bath in a broth (?) and, literally, <i>this</i> very game, and idiomatically, to be "in trouble." Trouble, etymologically, concerns an "agitation of the mind," a "disturbance," and, like this linear (and also twisted) passage, this game is at odds with the standard measures of stablility preferred in automated information retrieval systems.
<<button [[BEGIN->Greets]]>><<endbutton>><<if $name is "yum">>Hey, that's fantastic! You're going to love this!
<<else>>Contrarian, eh?, " $name " is an attitude we can work with! :)
Call it stone soup, expressionless, cold, hardened. Back to basics, a primordial soup. We're going to need to reverse-engineer this, hack the soup, mod the soup. We're going to get into the soup, if you know what I mean.
Ready? Select some <b>GARNISHES</b>
<<checkbox "$stone" false true>> geologic
<<checkbox "$soup" false true>> gastronomic
<<checkbox "$form" false true>> formal
<<checkbox "$semantic" false true>> semantic
<<checkbox "$agential" false true>> agential
<<checkbox "$historic" false true>> historical
<<button [[TOSS THEM IN!->simmer]]>><<endbutton>>
Brilliant! A fine selection:
<<if $stone is true>><i>geologic garnish</i><<endif>>
<<if $soup is true>><i>gastronomic garnish</i><<endif>>
<<if $form is true>><i>formal garnish</i><<endif>>
<<if $semantic is true>><i>semantic garnish</i><<endif>>
<<if $agential is true>><i>agential garnish</i><<endif>>
<<if $historic is true>><i>historical garnish</i><<endif>>
<img src="https://clogosphere.neocities.org/soup/soup1.jpg" height="240" width="320"/>
The soup is simmering below, it is ready for your linguistic [[garnishing]]
<<textarea "$description" "">>
"<<print $description>>" ?
Good Effort! The stone (being ineffable) is removed from the pot, and a delicious and nourishing soup is enjoyed.
<<button [[GARNISH AGAIN->simmer]]>><<endbutton>>Greetings, friend! I am a weary traveler arrived in your global village and I am carrying nothing more than latent cookery. If you would be so kind as to convert your common knowledge into actionable garnish I will make for you an exquisite soup.
What's your impression of soup?
<<textbox "$name" "">>
<<button [[READY?, CLICK HERE->here]]>><<endbutton>><b>Garnish = Antonymic Translation</b>
<<button [[OBVS! BACK INTO SOUP->simmer]]>><<endbutton>>
IN OTHER WORDS: When archeaologists uncover a child's toy in the deep recesses of the Earth, they describe it, religiously, as an object other than a toy.
An ancient apparatus of animation operates by colliding opposing images. The subtle friction between these images is described, religiously, as persistence of vision, the (auto)magical. A process of closure. If, instead, we do not foreclose on process:
<i><b>A sleeping deer is opposed by the image of a wakeful deer.
A somambulant deer antonymized as a somnostatic deer.
An animal aloft antonymized by an image of an animal firmly on the ground.
movement and stasis
rest and restlessness</b></i>
Trouble. We welcome it, religiously, as (critical) play
<<button [[BACK INTO THE SOUP->simmer]]>><<endbutton>>