Narrator: "When Stanley came to a set of two open doors, he enterted the door on his left."
*Enters door on the right*
Narrator: "This was not the way to the meeting room, and Stanley knew it perfectly well. Perhaps he wanted to stop by the employee lounge first, to admire it."
*Walks into employee lounge*
*Stops and drinks it in*
Narrator: "Ah yes. Truly a room worth admiring. It had really been worth the detour after all, just to spend a few moments here in this immaculate, beautifully-constructed room."
Narrator: "Stanley simply stood here, drinking it all in."
*Casts about, looking for secrets or hidden items*
Narrator: "Yesssss, really, really worth it being here in the room. A room so utterly captivating that even though all your co-workers have mysteriously vanished, here you sit looking at these chairs and some paintings. Really worth it."
*Ignores the narrator's sally and stubbornly continues to look for anything at all*
Narrator: "At this point, Stanley's obsession with this room bordered on creepy, and reflected poorly on his overall personality. It's possible that this is why everyone left."