The Town Square You are standing in the middle of a pretty town square in the center of a nondescript England town. Like most any other nondescript New England town, there's not much to see or do here, but maybe you'll find something amusing and enjoyable to do.
A shiny metal phone booth sits in the center of the square.
Exact Words: Some of the endings like to misinterpret commands like "tie booth". This can be confusing to those who try synonyms like "fix booth".
Gainax Ending: "Eat Booth" results in a mishmash of references to Aisle and So Far (bizarre enough that even the parser feels obliged to comment); "Kick Booth" seems like a utter non-sequitur unless you've played Losing Your Grip.
Interface Screw: After using undo as a verb, no matter what keys you press the game will type out, one letter per keypress, "drive" and execute that command, to much confusion if it was an accident.
Even more confusing since "drive" is not one of the recognized commands in the game proper.
This is a shout-out to Adam Cadre's Shrapnel, which pulls the same trick.
I Can't Use These Things Together: Lampshaded; if you try to perform an action with a direction, you get creative bug responses. Waltz <direction>, for example, gets you the response, 'Your new name is Waltzes with Bugs'.
Take That: Sort of. Typing "sleep" prompts this response:
"Looks like another cold night coming. Your best bet seems to be the phone booth. Huddled inside, you catch some winks as best as you can before the cops move you on. The half bottle of cooking sherry you stole seems to help. Next day, the struggle begins again."