Sunday, April 6, 2014

Dave Thomas, The Founder Of Wendy's.

Do you want to play a game? 


Here are the rules:

During a conversation, Person A tries to get Person B to say “Who?”. When Person B has said “Who?” Person A then says Dave Thomas, The Founder Of Wendy’s, and gets a point.

The aim of the game is to get the most points over a period of 12 months. (Normally played from January 1st to December 31st.

If Person B can say “Who, Dave Thomas, The Founder Of Wendy’s?” then person B gets the point. This is implying an honour system from Person A to admit that they were trying to get them, and not fake something they wanted to say. In the event of an argument over a winner, a third party , who knows the game, must settle the score. Their say is final.

Also points are invalid if Person B does not know about the game. Only people who know about the game can take part. Reading this document clarifies you to take part in the game.

The winner after 12 months gets bragging rights and a annual point.
Play until not friends anymore, winner gains more bragging rights.

The word who is vital. “Go on then, tell me” does not count, there must be the word WHO.

Acceptable Who alternatives?
Who’s that?
Who then?
Then who?
Tell me who?
Who is it?

Not accepted:
Go on then
Give it to me
Tell me the answer

Thanks to Sal and Q for bringing this game into the public eye/ear: