Category:Parasols

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A light umbrella used to give shade from the sun.

Verbs

Most parasols will respond to some or all of the following commands:

  • TILT: You tilt your parasol side to side, making the light play off it.


When closed:

  • LEAN: You lean gently on a parasol, trying to look nonchalant.
  • OPEN: You open a parasol with a snap.
  • SHAKE: You shake a parasol and succeed in poking yourself in the eye.
  • TAP: You tap a parasol on the ground and it flips up under your arm neatly.
  • TURN: You give a parasol a quick spin from its handle, twirling it through your fingers.
  • WAVE: You wave a parasol in the air and do a little tap dance.


When open:

  • CLOSE: You slide a parasol closed.
  • LEAN: You lean awkwardly on a parasol, wobbling slightly. It might work better if you close it first.
  • SHAKE: You shake a parasol and nothing happens. It might work better if you close it first.
  • TAP: You tap a parasol on the ground and it snaps closed, pinching your finger in the process! OUCH!
  • TURN: You twirl a parasol over your head with a wink.
  • WAVE: You wave a parasol, looking like a bird who forgot how to fly. It might work better if you close it first.