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I have just been reading a tread about what type of food everyone enjoys while gaming. Thinking more on this matter i think having food by the game table could realy help in same ways.
For instence say your opponent has had no food since his first meal and it is lunch time but he dosn't want to leave the game simply pull out a few chocolate bars from your bag or game box and start eating the first one during his turn. Now depending on how hungry he is he will look at you eating the chocolate bar if not make a big scene about it and realy sound like your enjoying it you know the sounds i meen lol. Reliseing you have a couple left your friend will more than likely divert his attion to your remanding choclate bars if you catch him loking simple ask does he want one if he replys with a yes then slowly give it to him and ask if its your go. If his attion is focus souly on the chocolate bar then he should reply with a yes giving you the upper hand in the game as he has not finished his turn as he would have wanted to. Now who would agree with this tactic :shifty:
and if hes beating you, then offer him some food but slip a debilitating drug into it he he
disclaimer: children, you should NEVER drug an opponents food- not so it can be traced back to you anyway!
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Haha maybe some laxitive or something along them lines then as it takes its affect you could swing the game in your direction lol if you now what i meenOriginally Posted by Sir Theobold the Lame
griff891, please try and use proper paragraphs, it makes your post very hard to read.
Surely your 'suggestion' enters very close to the realm of cheating? or at least its not in the spirit of the game.
Its just a game, so doing something like that can really ruin the fun.
Things like this used to happen when I played magic the gathering. There was one guy in particular who would ask if it was his go after everything you did and sometimes he'd catch you out. We eventually decided to introduce the rule that you had to say "it's your go" to end your turn, answering "yes" to the question didn't count.