# PANOPTES's Dumb Burger Thing

Here is the story of how PANOPTES's Dumb Burger Thing, or DumbBurger for short, was created.

Right around now, I was procrastinating.

I still am.

And while I was procrastinating, this code for generating the first 10 elements of the Fibonacci Sequence came into my head.

```
Hello, I'd like two Number 1s and a Large Number 10. //Pushes 1 twice and a Coke onto the stack. Pushes a 10 onto the large stack.
```

Here are the operators I came up with so far:

I have a friend who would like a Coke to go, and a Large Fries. //Loop declaration.

//The coke evaluates to the sum of the top two elements of the stack. As the coke is to go, its value is outputted.

//The fries evaluate to the top element of the stack minus 1.

//Eventually, the top element of the large stack should equal zero, meaning the loop is exited and the program halts.

A Number N evaluates to N.

Coke evaluates to the sum of the top two elements of the stack.

Diet Coke evaluates to the top element of the stack plus 1

Onion Rings evaluate to the topmost element of the stack minus the second topmost.

Fries evaluate to the top element of the stack minus 1.

A Chicken Sandwich evaluates to the topmost element of the non-Large stack.

Most of the boring syntractic stuff can be figured out from the above example, but here's some more:

Every line after the first is prefaced with "I'd also like" unless it's part of a loop.

This is how you declare a multilne loop, as well as nested loops.

```
I'm also ordering for a friend.
```

They'd like...

They'd also like...

They're also ordering for a friend.

Their friend'd like...

Their friend'd like...

Okay, moving on.

Okay, moving on.

Y'all are welcome to add more ideas.