Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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booze maze

absurd diversion for the slurred
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Like one of those rambling multi-structure facilities one finds near tourist beaches, but an actual labyrinth. Beer bars abound in the outer layers, yet as one penetrates deeper, more sophisticated delivery systems prevail. Likewise, the clientele becomes increasingly elite as one approaches the sanctorum. If one is doughty enough to reach the discocreamy centre, an environment in which all thought and speech are completely obviated by sheer good looks may be experienced. Otherwise, cleverly trained monkeys shall summarily deposit one's insensible body in a hotel room next to a complete stranger.
saxman, Dec 27 2007

Mazes and Labyrinths http://www.labyrinthos.net/typology.htm
[imaginality, Dec 27 2007]


       Even reading this makes me slightly disorientated.
calum, Dec 27 2007

       A maze sounds like an interesting layout for a nightclub. You could call it something obscure like 'The left-hand wall.'
st3f, Dec 27 2007

       // 'The left-hand wall.' //   

       Or, 'The Left-Hand Path' ?
8th of 7, Dec 27 2007

       Surely you can find a more appropriate category for this, once the monkeys depart.
normzone, Dec 27 2007

       I didn't understand the first sentence. Thought maybe a Brittish oddity.
blissmiss, Dec 27 2007

       When I picture a doughty soul in such a maze, I do not picture Legolas and Arwen sipping ice wine amid crystalline flowers. I think these doughty folks would be balding redheaded pipefitters and their ladies, bruised from stumbling into things, teeth in disrepair, ready to punch you or buy you beers all night or both.
bungston, Dec 27 2007

       Sounds more like a "Mines of Moria" themed bar ...
8th of 7, Dec 27 2007

       <pedant> Is this a maze or a labyrinth? Is reaching the discocreamy centre simply a matter of time (and ability to drink copiously), as in a labyrinth with just one route? Or is it a maze, with the possibility of taking wrong turns and reaching dead ends? </pedant>   

       Either way, sounds good to me. [+]
imaginality, Dec 27 2007

       Can their be ghouls? Perhaps a minotaur? Will I need to outfit my party and occasionally return to the surface to deposit my loot and upgrade my armor and stuff? 'Cause that would rock.
Noexit, Dec 28 2007

       ..... orcs and a Balrog .....
8th of 7, Dec 28 2007

       Add some overpasses, tunnels, and/or dynamic walls, so it can't be done by the 'keeping your hand on a wall' method.   

apocalyps956, Dec 28 2007

       ...Although, if the goal was the center rather than an exit, that method wouldn't work anyway. It would still be better, though.
apocalyps956, Dec 28 2007

       YOU SHALL NOT PASS...OUT!!!   

       You know, I can't help but [+] any idea that involves both cleverly trained monkeys and "sophisticated delivery systems" for booze
hooande, Dec 29 2007

       Also arrows that ACTUALLY tell you the way to the center so they can be disbelieved by all but the drunk [+]
xxobot, Dec 29 2007

       All walls instantly disappear in the presence of a) fire and b) a health and safety inspector.
wagster, Dec 29 2007

       // walls instantly disappear in the presence of a) fire //   

       Baked. Paper walls........
8th of 7, Dec 30 2007


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