This article is quoted from a chatroom somewhere.
Actually from #uncyclopedia, but nobody cares.
<JudgeZarbi> Hey. <multiliteralist> I lost it? Oh man I didn't realize I was playing. I'll sue! <PongoV2V2V2> Oh, thanks, now I just lost it as well. <JudgeZarbi> In Soviet Russia, the game loses YOU!! <PongoV2V2V2> That's two old memes in one sentence. <JudgeZarbi> Yep. <PongoV2V2V2> In Soviet Russia, the game wins Chuck Norris!! <PongoV2V2V2> Note how that barely makes sense. <JudgeZarbi> That's three. <PongoV2V2V2> Exactly. Saying that probably makes many people want to shoot you. <JudgeZarbi> Lol <PongoV2V2V2> I'm putting this on Illogicopedia.
Rules[edit | edit source]
This game has no rules. Controversially, and against common belief. This thing called "The Game" can not be lost. It's just in your head, snap out of it! Furthermore, a game without rules can't be played because if it is played there would be a rule that says that it can be played. This solves P=NP and the Halting Problem to be equivalent complexity as a Banana on a Jetski.
History[edit | edit source]
Fcuk off, nobody likes history, go bore someone else.