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Stuck In Writing Your NANO Novel? Prompt



NANO ASSIST: You open your (fill in container’s name) and discover a (describe what the contents of the baggie appears to be to you) that you’ve never seen before. Does it seem edible? If so, decide just how hungry your MC is... If not, give a detailed explanation of the use(s) the inhabitants of this society might have made of it/them.

Note: Because of Winn-Dixie -- label still attached and readable-- What clues to the origin of the artifact does that seemingly indicate? Could the label have been added at a later date? How would you test that hypothesis?

Cultural Anthropological approach: What clues to the nature of this society can you ascertain from the examination of this artifact?


Caution



Potential toxic fumes



May cause olfactory distress,
nausea, and/or vomiting.


DO NOT open baggie. NANO redecoration
of borrowed interior writing spaces might
be viewed askance by owners.







*SPOILER WARNING:

Testimonial: Zip locks work. I detected NO ODER. Mold had begun, but evidently needs some air to proceed past the very edges of one side. It was very smooth cheese. I’m sorry to lose it uneaten, although, truth to tell, it would go to waste/waist either way.
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