The game

My life is a game.

I can turn anything into a game.

So far only my progeny is good enough at turning anything into.

……………. I was interrupted ………………..

If you have to apologize for being bad at a game


The response is laughter

Then you won the game of surprise

If you laugh you get it, which means either you won or you’re so surprised and happy you lost that you know what OTHER game you just finally won.

If you know the rules and the game then you know who won.

If you lose, you have to do what the winner says.

That’s the rules.

If you don’t know the rules, you have to follow the rules until you know how to break them and still win or you have to accept the consequences of breaking them. If the rules aren’t fair, then you have to figure out what the game is so you can figure out how to change the rules.

Humans are REALLY good at games and finding ways to “cheat” that aren’t against the rules.

If someone changes the rules, you know you found a loophole they had to fix. If no one will agree to your rules, you have to figure out a game you can play solitaire or you have to make your game more appealing until at least one other person agrees to play by your rules. If you want to spend more time playing, then naming the game speeds up ruleset identification. If you want to spend more time playing and less time discussing or explaining the rules, then write them down. If they’re already written, you can choose:

read them

abide by them

find a loophole

Loophole means you have to agree if the loophole is fair or unfair.

If you want to play more, then you need to write down your agreement or what you want for next time to close the loophole.


Yes Dear

The Parenting Game

Be Nice

Love You Always – stub to do, write down rules

Help Me Out

The Two-Doors Game (Decode-Encode speed run)

Who’s afraid of the lean mean ghost machine?

The 10.2 Game (10=2, solve)

Three strikes, you’re out


Name that game: Rules – if you name it, and either

write it down OR someone else recognizes it

Then, you know who won

breathing game (rules: name the game, breath together)

Laughing game – evoke laughter, understand the joke – must offer to explain

Humor game

Vulture’s Pick