The relevant portion reads as follows:
A unilateral contract is one where an offeror "reasonably expects to induce action of a definite and substantial character" from the offeree. Implicit in this understanding is that the offeree is aware of the significance of the act performed. Without a signal that she understands that a contract is being made, how is one to know if she has truly accepted?
Homer Simpson talking to God: "Here's the deal: you freeze everything as it is, and I won't ask you for anything more. If that is OK, please give me absolutely no sign. [no response] OK, deal. In gratitude, I present you this offering of cookies and milk. If you want me to eat them for you, give me no sign. [no response] Thy will be done."
Thanks for the words: The Rising Jurist