A tag is part of the sweater. The tag can be read or unread. The description of the tag is "[if Gus is wearing the sweater]You can't quite read the tag while Gus is wearing the sweater.[otherwise if the sweater is not on the corner table]The text on the tag is too small to make out. It looks important, or at least as important as a clothes tag ever can. Damn lousy eyesight! Why did you have to forget to put on the contacts today?[otherwise]The light is more than sufficient but you can't quite make out what the tag says.[end if]"
Instead of looking at the tag through the lens when the sweater is on the corner table and the tag is unread:
say "With sufficient light and magnification you can easily read the tag. Washing instructions... wash separately... may release color... made for Cheap-O-Mart...
Wait, Cheap-O-Mart? Where they sell crap and imported knick-knacks to poor people?
Inspiration strikes you like a lightning. Gus, you're going down.";
award 3 points for "finding out Gus wears crappy clothing";
now the tag is read;
get inspired by "tag";
remove the hints from the sweater;
remove the hints from the tag;
remove the hints from the lens.
Instead of looking at the tag through the lens when the sweater is on the corner table and the tag is read:
say "[']Cheap-O-Mart[']. The perfect insult."
Instead of looking at the tag through the lens:
say "Through the lens the text on the tag would be large enough to read, but it's too dark here to make out the letters. You need better light."
Check taking the tag:
say "It's sewn tightly to the sweater." instead.
Check taking the tag when Gus is wearing the sweater:
say "'Keep your hands off me!' Gus snaps and slaps your hand away." instead.
Instead of putting the tag under the spotlights:
clarify "putting [the sweater] on [the corner table]";
try putting the sweater on the corner table.
Before showing the tag to:
clarify "show sweater to [the second noun]";
try showing the sweater to the second noun instead.