Do Geese See God?
You are unexpectedly approached by a gaggle of geese in white robes. "Greetings to you, <brother/sister>!" one quacks.
"I'm pretty sure I'm not your <brother/sister>. Dad would've had something to say about that."
"We are all siblings under the eyes of our Lord! Would you like to purchase an autographed picture? The proceeds benefit orphaned goslings."
"An autographed picture of who? God?"
"Yep! Here, take a gander. Ack! Put me down! I meant look at the photograph!"
"Oh, sorry," you say, embarrassed. "...Wait a minute, this is a photo of Telly Savalas."
"No no, that's God. We're quite sure about this."
"But look, he's got the lollipop, and he's signed it 'From Kojak -- Who loves ya, baby?'"
"Look buddy," the goose squawks, "if you're looking for some kind of holy war, we're totally ready to throw down. That's a picture of God. Now, do you want it or not?"
|Buy the photograph (500 meat)|
You hand over the meat, and are given your very own 8x10 glossy of Telly Sa... I mean... God.
|You acquire an item: photograph of God|
- If you don't have the meat
You can't afford the picture, and it'd probably offend the geese if you tried to barter.
"Uh, sorry guys, I'm agnostic. And anyway I prefer Hawaii 5-0."
"Would you prefer an Amen Enema, then? Cleans the sin right out."
"Holy crap, no."
Occurs Inside the Palindome
- "Do geese see God?" is a palindrome, of course.
- Telly Savalas is an actor best known for playing the part of police detective Kojak on the 1970s cop drama of the same name.
- The Amen Enema is the name of a former adventure at the palindome.
- This may be a reference to Weird Al Yankovic's "BOB" where one of the lyrics include "Do Geese See God" as a part of the entire set of palindromes that make up the lyrics of that song.