The onscreen instructions tell you to type a “petition” in one field, and your question in the next. The petition is always a form of the phrase “Peter, please answer:” and the question can be anything.
It’s much more impressive to demonstrate this in person because to demonstrate it through a post I have to give away the trick in advance.
The trick is this: you start by typing in the answer in the “petition” field, to the question you intend to ask in the next field. No matter what you are typing, the screen display makes it appear you are typing the words “Peter, please answer:” in the petition field. You must put a period (.) before and after your answer, amd the last character in the petition field must be a colon :
Example: You want Peter to say that your friend has blue eyes.
In the petition field you type:
.blue. [After you put in your second period, which denotes the completion of your answer, you manually type in the completion of the peter “petition”. This is just fluff to make it appear to your friend that you’re typing in an actual plea for an answer.]
The screen displays this in the petition field:
Peter, [then whatever you type in as a cover plea. ](the display will print one letter of this peter phrase for each character you type for the answer). Type a COLON to end the field
You then type in the question:
What color are Bills eyes? [and hit enter]