YOU’RE IN TROUBLE…

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  1. Jim Mulvaney on

    My family plays a similar game called "TOCK" on a homemade board that fits 8 ppl and you use a hand of 7 cards out of two decks of cards to move your pieces instead of dice. We play the "Dirty Tock" version which makes it much easier to screw each other over. For instance, You need a KING or ACE to come out of HOME. Anyone you pass while playing a KING gets knocked back to home, Jacks allow you to swap any of your pieces on the board with any other piece on the board, 7s can be split among any number of your own pieces, 4s require you to move backward 4 spaces, Aces only count as 1 space. With our HOUSE RULES, you are allowed to play a 4 to go backward as soon as you come out of HOME and put your self in position for moving into HEAVEN. Everyone gets 7 cards per round. A single game can go for hours if you are all willing to sacrifice your win in order to screw each other over.

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  2. Vectorbro on

    if you roll a six a third time your piece goes back, you r turn ends and you gotta wait for another six to bust fam back out
    P.S. Fam is ganster disciple not family

    P.S. From ppl misusing the word so much it also gained a new meaning (through the unexplained laws of the universe) the same way dankmemes got a new meaning from normies (dank was used to refer to old out-dated mainstream memes that normies use and is now bad; normies saw these memes refered to as dank and thought this meme is good dank=good)

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  3. happystrongpure on

    My parents raised me on Trouble. Actually though. Watching you play this was so cringey xD I wanted to help you guys out. According to the original set of Trouble rules you can get out on a 1 and a 6. The 6 you do get to roll twice. But you also can get out on 1s. Also if you get a 6, then get another six, you cannot take one out and put it in the begininng spot like was done at 6:17. If you roll a six, then another you have to move that one piece that is already out six more times because the sixth slot from the entry spot is taken. Moving it to the first spot is cheating and just moving it once * facepalm *

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  4. Mrs. Uppishlickle on

    Here's the thing. You said a "mountain lion is a lion." Is it in the same family? Yes. No one's arguing that. As someone who is a scientist who studies lions, I am telling you, specifically, in science, no one calls mountain lions "lions". If you want to be "specific" like you said, then you shouldn't either. They're not the same thing. If you're saying lion family" you're referring to the taxonomic grouping of Felidae, which includes things from house cats to ocelots to tigers. So your reasoning for calling a mountain lion a lion is because random people "call the big ones lions?" Let's get panthers and leopards in there, then, too. Also, calling someone a human or an ape? It's not one or the other, that's not how taxonomy works. They're both. A mountain lion is a mountain lion and a member of the lion family. But that's not what you said. You said a mountain lion is a lion, which is not true unless you're okay with calling all members of the lion family lions, which means you'd call house cats, tigers, and other cats lions, too. Which you said you don't. It's okay to just admit you're wrong, you know?

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  5. Mrs. Uppishlickle on

    Here's the thing. You said a "espresso is coffee." Is it in the same family? Yes. No one's arguing that. As someone who is a Barista who studies Coffee, I am telling you, specifically, in Coffee, no one calls espresso "coffee." If you want to be "specific" like you said, then you shouldn't either. They're not the same thing. If you're saying "coffee family" you're referring to the taxonomic grouping of potio aquam arabica, which includes things from French Press to Drip Coffee. So your reasoning for calling Espresso Coffee is because random people call "Espresso" "Coffee"? Let's get Frappes and Instant Coffee in there, then, too. Also, calling someone a human or an ape? It's not one or the other, that's not how taxonomy works. They're both. Espresso is espresso and a member of the coffee family. But that's not what you said. You said Espresso is Coffee, which is not true unless you're okay with calling all members of the Coffee family Coffee, which means you'd call Frappés and Coffee-flavored syrup "Coffee" too. Which you said you don't. It's okay to just admit you're wrong, you know?

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  6. Mrs. Uppishlickle on

    Here's the thing. You said "Shrek is love." Are they in the same family? Yes. No one's arguing that. As someone who is a neuroscientist who studies emotions, I am telling you, specifically, in science, no one calls Shrek love. If you want to be "specific" like you said, then you shouldn't either. They're not the same thing. If you're talking about "love" you're referring to a wide range of emotions, which includes things from adoration to compassion to sentimentality. So your reasoning for calling Shrek love is because hundreds of random people have had intimate relations with him? Let's get my ex-wife in there, then, too. It's okay to just admit you're wrong, you know?

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  7. Mrs. Uppishlickle on

    Here's the thing. You said a "queef is a fart." Is it in the same family? Yes. No one's arguing that. As someone who is an Alabama redneck who studies farts, I am telling you, specifically, in Alabama, no one calls queefs farts. If you want to be "specific" like you said, then you shouldn't either. They're not the same thing. If you're saying "fart family" you're referring to the gastronomic grouping of flatulence, which includes things from shit bubbles to tear-assers to Alabama mweep-mwoppers. So your reasoning for calling a queef a fart is because random people "call the ass ones farts?" Let's get diarrhea and bloodfarts in there, then, too. Also, calling someone a Newfoundlander or a gassy person? It's not one or the other, that's not how gastronomy works. They're both. A queef is a queef and a member of the fart family. But that's not what you said. You said a queef is a fart, which is not true unless you're okay with calling all members of the fart family farts, which means you'd call piss, the runs, and other waste removal processes farts, too. Which you said you don't. It's okay to just admit you're gassy, you know?

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  8. Mrs. Uppishlickle on

    Here's the thing. You said a "trilby is a fedora." Is it in the same family? Yes. No one's arguing that. As someone who is an atheist who studies euphoria, I am telling you, specifically, in atheism, no one calls trilbys fedoras. If you want to be "specific" like you said, then you should too. They're not the same thing. If you're saying "fedora family" you're referring to the euphoric grouping of le reddit army, which includes things from neckbearded gentlesirs to highly intelligent intellectual like myself.
    So your reasoning for calling a trilby a fedora is because random people "say that only neckbeards wear fedoras?" Let's get Mountain Dew and Doritos in there, then, too.

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  9. Mrs. Uppishlickle on

    Here's the thing. You said a "chipmunk is a ground squirrel." Is it in the same family? Yes. No one's arguing that. As someone who is a scientist who studies squirrels, I am telling you, specifically, in science, no one calls chipmunks ground squirrels. If you want to be "specific" like you said, then you shouldn't either. They're not the same thing. If you're saying "squirrel family" you're referring to the taxonomic grouping of Sciuridae, which includes things from prairie dogs to flying squirrels to marmots. So your reasoning for calling a chipmunk a ground squirrel is because random people "call the small ones ground squirrels?" Let's get mountain beavers and dormice in there, then, too. Also, calling someone a human or an ape? It's not one or the other, that's not how taxonomy works. They're both. A chipmunk is a chipmunk and a member of the squirrel family. But that's not what you said. You said a chipmunk is a squirrel, which is not true unless you're okay with calling all members of the squirrel family chipmunks, which means you'd call prairie dogs, marmots, and other rodents squirrels, too. Which you said you don't. It's okay to just admit you're wrong, you know?

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