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Bored, Facebook, and Fuck You: 88% 9:31 AM rainnecassidy If you're old enough to remember it, you just lost The Game. raggedyanndy proncus I have no idea what's going on here witchaj Back in the early aughts, when many mil- lenials were in high school, before Facebook and Youtube, The Game began. No one knows who started it, but the moment we learned we were playing it, we began to lose. The goal of The Game is to forget you are playing The Game for as long as possible. The rules The Game are as follows: Everyone is ays playing The Game all the time; at school, during breakfast, at night when you are asleep, etc. The Game never ends. The moment you remember that you are playing The Game, you lose and must immediately announce to those around you, "I just lost The Game!" thus making them remember they are also playing The Game and causing them to lose as well. Upon losing, you begin The Game again. Sometimes players could go weeks or months without losing, sometimes only minutes. At the height of The Game's popularity, it became common to see people at events such as Comic Con or midnight movie premieres, wearing t-shirts proclaiming You just lost The Game!" Once they were noticed, groans and shouts of "Fuck you!" could be heard for miles. These people rived on the chaos, taking great pleasure in the cries of their victims. Most people eventually grew bored of The Game, and many began to claim they won by choosing not to care about it anymore. Some rely on a particular XKCD comic strip or Tumblr post to lend a sense of legitimacy to their feeli of victory. They are fools. It is impossible to win The Game. There is only losing. Only a few diehards remain loyal to the rules. The drop in popularity has allowed many to keep m losing The Game for years at a time. The growth of social media has caused a minor resurgence, although without the satisfaction of real time auditory feedback when caus others to lose, The Game will likely fade back into obscurity once again. Someday whern we are old and gray, our grandchildren will innocently ask us to play a game of checkers, and we will shriek and shout until the whole nursing home joins us in defeat. Death is the only release from The Game Source: rainnecassidy #101 #goshi remember this #but also Is this loss?
Bored, Facebook, and Fuck You: 88% 9:31 AM
 rainnecassidy
 If you're old enough to
 remember it, you just
 lost The Game.
 raggedyanndy
 proncus
 I have no idea what's going on here
 witchaj
 Back in the early aughts, when many mil-
 lenials were in high school, before Facebook
 and Youtube, The Game began. No one knows
 who started it, but the moment we learned
 we were playing it, we began to lose. The
 goal of The Game is to forget you are playing
 The Game for as long as possible. The rules
 The Game are as follows: Everyone is
 ays playing The Game all the time; at
 school, during breakfast, at night when you
 are asleep, etc. The Game never ends. The
 moment you remember that you are playing
 The Game, you lose and must immediately
 announce to those around you, "I just lost
 The Game!" thus making them remember
 they are also playing The Game and causing
 them to lose as well. Upon losing, you begin
 The Game again. Sometimes players could go
 weeks or months without losing, sometimes
 only minutes. At the height of The Game's
 popularity, it became common to see people
 at events such as Comic Con or midnight
 movie premieres, wearing t-shirts proclaiming
 You just lost The Game!" Once they were
 noticed, groans and shouts of "Fuck you!"
 could be heard for miles. These people
 rived on the chaos, taking great pleasure
 in the cries of their victims. Most people
 eventually grew bored of The Game, and
 many began to claim they won by choosing
 not to care about it anymore. Some rely on a
 particular XKCD comic strip or Tumblr post
 to lend a sense of legitimacy to their feeli
 of victory. They are fools. It is impossible to
 win The Game. There is only losing. Only a
 few diehards remain loyal to the rules. The
 drop in popularity has allowed many to keep
 m losing The Game for years at a time. The
 growth of social media has caused a minor
 resurgence, although without the satisfaction
 of real time auditory feedback when caus
 others to lose, The Game will likely fade back
 into obscurity once again. Someday whern
 we are old and gray, our grandchildren will
 innocently ask us to play a game of checkers,
 and we will shriek and shout until the whole
 nursing home joins us in defeat. Death is the
 only release from The Game
 Source: rainnecassidy #101
 #goshi remember this #but also
Is this loss?

Is this loss?