1. Would you like to hear the story about the fortress of goons? a. If yes, go to 4. b. If no, go to 2. 2. Would you like to hear the story about the snowballs in the valley? a. If yes, go to 16. b. If no, go to 3. 3. Would you prefer to hear the story about the tangerine and the avocado? a. If yes, go to 17. b. If no, go to 21. 4. Once upon a time there was a fortress of goons in a kingdom on a distant continent. Surrounding the fortress was lush vegetation and ropy vines that draped under a canopy of trees. The king goon swam in a mud pit and sometimes gargled mud. One day a huddle of henchgoons told the king goon a yarn about how a creature in a distant kingdom was planning to invade their kingdom. a. If you would like to hear a different exposition, go to 9. b. If this exposition suits you, go to 5. 5. The king goon invited his henchgoons to jump into the mud pit for a swim. a. If you prefer that they go for a swim, go to 6. b. If you prefer that the king goon get out of the mud pit and towel off, go to 7. 6. They all dove into the mud pit and swam until the mud thinned and became a mountain spring. a. If you want to know where they swam, go to 11. b. If you don’t care about it, go to 7. 7. The goons were taken away by the mountain spring, and they were never heard from again. a. If you would like to hear another development, go to 8. b. If you like this development, go to 10. 8. The goons were taken away by the mountain spring, and the current took them to a blue cavern that opened up to the ocean. a. If you prefer that they end up somewhere else, go to 7. b. If this destination suits you, go to 10. 9. Once upon a time there was a fortress of goons in a kingdom on a distant planet. In the morning the goons would connect at the fingertips to share magnetic forces. a. If you wish to know the rest, go to 5. b. If not, go to 21. 10. The creatures inhabiting that kingdom had experienced this kind of thing before, and this occurrence provided them with an opportunity to re-imagine what their government could become. a. If you wish to hear what happens next, go to 11. b. If not, go to 12. 11. The creatures of this kingdom dreamed up new colors, tastes, sensations, and imptr sounds. a. If you want to know what sounds they dreamed up, look up imtpr in the dictionary and tell us about it. b. If you’re not interested in finding out what imptr sounds are, go to 12. 12. The rivers that webbed across the kingdom flowed quietly, and some flowed around the crystal mountain. a. If you would like to find out more about these rivers, go to 15. b. If you would like to find out more about the crystal mountain, go to 13. 13. Silver fish darted up and down the rivers, around the boulders. a. If you would like to know what the fish eat, go to 14. b. If you would like to find out more about the boulders, go to 14 anyway. 14. The fish made patterns around the boulders. There were so many of them and they moved so quickly that the boulders weren’t troublesome obstacles. Sunlight danced on the fish’s scales. a. If you wish to find out more about the patterns, go to 15. b. If you want to find out more about the sunlight, go to 15 anyway. 15. Their patterns were elliptical and curlicued, and they looked like Full Carrick Bends. a. If you wish to know more about the curlicues, go to 16. b. If you do not want to know, go to 21. 16. They were swift and glittery. a. If the patterns displease you, go to 21. b. If they suit you, go to 18. 17. The tangerine and the avocado mapped out their journey. a. If the tangerine and the avocado displease you, go to 21. b. If they suit you, go to 18. 18. They smackled and undulorbled. a. If you wish to know what they did after that, go to 19. b. If you do not want to know, go to 21. 19. They gliglistened and wananeded. a. If you wish to know the rest, go to 20. b. If you do not wish to know, go to 21. 20. There is no rest and the story is finished. 21. There is nothing left, and the story is likewise finished.