From the "Slim's complicated ideas that probably won't go anywhere, but what the hell..." file:
Meet Joe the Skeleton. He's a nice skeleton. He's got a big day today, a very exciting day. What will happen? I have no clue. Why don't I have a clue? That's a broad question, but I'll give the simplest answer. Because you decide what Joe does. You say it. I draw it. He does it.* You say something else. I draw something else. He does something else. Repeat ad infinitum (or ad nauseum, if you prefer). Eventually you or I get bored with the game and quit. Then Joe the Skeleton's Big, Very Exciting Day is over.
What does Joe do first?**
* There are probably some sort of sensible principals that would guide this exercise, but I don't know what they are yet, and it doesn't really matter because this is all just going to crash and burn. (Ooh, look at the pretty fire!)
** But go easy on me, okay. I gotta draw this stuff, so keep it simple.