The program came with a "Boss Key" in case the boss had roamed near the computer at work. When the esc key was pressed, a bar graph resembling the output of the Lotus 1-2-3 spreadsheet application would instantly appear to hide the fact that the game was being played on company time. However, on closer inspection, it could be seen that the bar graph compared different types of condoms which are mentioned in the game and how long they lasted under "normal use".
When looking at the rose that Larry finds in Lefty's bar, the game message is "A rose, is a rose, is a rose" - referring to the famous sentence of the American poet Gertrude Stein as part the poem "Sacred Emily".
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During the game, Larry meets a woman named Fawn at the disco, and marries her. Though she leaves Larry soon after the "honeymoon" and is never seen again, they never get officially divorced, so technically they may still be married.