Monopoly boardgame debate 67 replies

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Sheepeep Advanced Member

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#21 10 years ago
Ihaterednecks;4913614I don't even know how to play it.

Rules of Monopoly - Abridged version.

Each player must pick up a number of dice between one and forty, and roll them. On every third roll of the dice, they must cheekily grin to other players and blow on the dice to give the illusion of divine intervention, which invariably fails. If you are the dog or the battleship, each step must be hammered into the board. If you are the car, you may not touch any squares on the way between the two points.

Upon landing on a square, the player must pick a random number between one and twenty. If that number is 11, they must argue that the other player must have miscounted the dice, for they should actually be on the square before.

If the square is not pwned by another player, the player has a chance to pwn the square. If they choose to pwn the square, they must pay for the privilege in monopoly money, in exchange for a card which they must find creative ways to coat in coffee stains.

If the player lands on a square that is already pwned by another player, the other player may pwn them, the two players then engage in irrational debate over $8, resulting in $10 being paid with $2 change. If the player lands on a square of a color that has been completely pwned by another player, they pay double. If the player lands on a square with a hotel, they pack up and do something else (If the player is under five years old, the pieces must be discarded onto the floor)

If the pwned player was not completely pwned by the pwner's pwn, the next player rolls the dice and repeats the process until one player completely pwns the others, or there is no coffee left.




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#22 10 years ago

Sheepeep;4913753Rules of Monopoly - Abridged version.

Each player must pick up a number of dice between one and forty, and roll them. On every third roll of the dice, they must cheekily grin to other players and blow on the dice to give the illusion of divine intervention, which invariably fails. If you are the dog or the battleship, each step must be hammered into the board. If you are the car, you may not touch any squares on the way between the two points.

Upon landing on a square, the player must pick a random number between one and twenty. If that number is 11, they must argue that the other player must have miscounted the dice, for they should actually be on the square before.

If the square is not pwned by another player, the player has a chance to pwn the square. If they choose to pwn the square, they must pay for the privilege in monopoly money, in exchange for a card which they must find creative ways to coat in coffee stains.

If the player lands on a square that is already pwned by another player, the other player may pwn them, the two players then engage in irrational debate over $8, resulting in $10 being paid with $2 change. If the player lands on a square of a color that has been completely pwned by another player, they pay double. If the player lands on a square with a hotel, they pack up and do something else (If the player is under five years old, the pieces must be discarded onto the floor)

If the pwned player was not completely pwned by the pwner's pwn, the next player rolls the dice and repeats the process until one player completely pwns the others, or there is no coffee left.

I lol'd. :lol:




Admiral Donutz Advanced Member

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#23 10 years ago
-Section-;4912997My family doesn't play Monopoly very well. It seems to cause .. um rifts.. in how we get along with each other. Games are usually loud, someone always ends up in tears because they're getting evicted and the board normally dominates the end of the kitchen table or the entire coffee table for the better part of a week. Arguments over the rules... are very very common.

sounds like the UN to me. Endless rifts and disagreements on what is and is't written in the treaties and other agreements, which upsets various parties. :lol:




book Advanced Member

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#24 10 years ago

-Section- is just bitter because she is terrible at the game and gets all her monies stolen away.




-Section- Advanced Member

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#25 10 years ago

Monopoly is the biggest waste of time, ever. And Book robs the bank.




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#26 10 years ago

It's called a loan! I was going to pay it back

at least I wasn't skipping spaces to not land on boardwalk, like SOME people.




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#27 10 years ago

The car isn't SUPPOSED TO TOUCH THE BOARD.




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#28 10 years ago

Maybe if you actually READ THE RULES you'd know that the car is allowed to touch every other square during a turn.




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#29 10 years ago

Maybe if you hadn't bribed reborn into trying to trick me into playing with you I wouldn't be so grumpy and I would have had time to read the rules.




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#30 10 years ago

Well, if you aren't smart enough to know the rules its no wonder you don't want to play. It wouldn't be very fun for you, cause you would be bankrupt so quick.