The One Per Word Game

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The One Per Word Game

Postby Gazared » Sun Apr 26, 2009 10:46 pm UTC

Yes, that's right. Each word has just one. How do I play, you ask? Here are the rules:

RULES:
1) Some words have one, some words have two some words have more. When you play the One Per Word Game, you can say just the words that have one.
2) If you lose, you must say that you lost.
3) If you tell a friend the rules, you must make sure to not break rules 1 and 2 while you do it.

So, let's start.
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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby Scelestus » Sun Apr 26, 2009 10:56 pm UTC

I had a day that was so good. I ate some ice cream (Ice cream is good for this game, right? It's two words.) And I did not do the work from school which I was meant to do at home.

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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby RedWolf » Sun Apr 26, 2009 11:30 pm UTC

There's been rain all day, so I just sat in my room...all day. It feels good to not do a thing when you're used to lots of work all the time.

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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby Gazared » Mon Apr 27, 2009 12:21 am UTC

I made this with the thread. It took way too long, but he was fun to make. What do you guys think of it?
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I stabbed part of my hand while I made this bear. I did not know I'd done it till just now. Oops.
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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby smw543 » Mon Apr 27, 2009 2:18 am UTC

I just want you all to know that I was the first guy to lose twenty dollars and my self respect on this site (not in this thread, though.) Whoo!

And don't give more hints to what the main rule is (not that it's that hard to get); it takes the fun out of it for new guys.
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LE4dGOLEM wrote:Now you know the difference between funny and sad.
Ubik wrote:But I'm too fond of the penis to let it go.
gmalivuk wrote:If you didn't want people to 'mis'understand you, then you probably should have tried saying something less stupid.

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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby Nitrodon » Mon Apr 27, 2009 3:58 am UTC

I am a new guy in this thread, and I guessed the main rule in a short time. That is how I found out that you broke rule 1 twice in that post.

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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby smw543 » Mon Apr 27, 2009 4:15 am UTC

(That was a filter that I forgot about. Also, this explanatory post doesn't count. Also also, antidisestablishmentarianism.)
Spoiler:
LE4dGOLEM wrote:Now you know the difference between funny and sad.
Ubik wrote:But I'm too fond of the penis to let it go.
gmalivuk wrote:If you didn't want people to 'mis'understand you, then you probably should have tried saying something less stupid.

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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby Kaeyn » Mon Apr 27, 2009 4:18 am UTC

This is a weird thought to come up with for a game. I can't think of much to say past that. :lol:

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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby dalahäst » Mon Apr 27, 2009 4:20 am UTC

Yes, he broke the first rule and the one you need to know the most more than one time in this thread.

Now I feel like the thing that I do right now is look at the wiki that has a lot of things in it in a more easy way of to speak this tongue that all of us do speak. This game makes me happy a lot.

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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby smw543 » Mon Apr 27, 2009 4:26 am UTC

dalahäst wrote:Yes, he broke the first rule and the one you need to know the most more than one time in this thread.

Now I feel like the thing that I do right now is look at the wiki that has a lot of things in it in a more easy way of to speak this tongue that all of us do speak. This game makes me happy a lot.
Spoiler:
LE4dGOLEM wrote:Now you know the difference between funny and sad.
Ubik wrote:But I'm too fond of the penis to let it go.
gmalivuk wrote:If you didn't want people to 'mis'understand you, then you probably should have tried saying something less stupid.

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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby Nemphael » Mon Apr 27, 2009 8:22 am UTC

Yeah, so, this is a lot of fun. I have a school thing to do for the next day. Hum. Should start soon? It's a story. Plot: a guy was killed and stuff. That's all I know. I'll make things up soon.

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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby Troy Martin » Mon Apr 27, 2009 2:48 pm UTC

I have to leave now, since I will be late if I don't. Have fun with the fun in the fun help I'm trapped in an old meme fun fun fun fun fun fun fun FUN!
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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby Bobber » Mon Apr 27, 2009 4:05 pm UTC

I do not think that the main rule is hard to guess. You just need to read the first post to see what it is. Still, I can see how you would not want us to speak of the rules. It does so that folk need to look hard at the posts, and not just skim them.
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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby Allenr » Mon Apr 27, 2009 4:13 pm UTC

How do we know what to say? Or is it just stuff in our heads?
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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby krazykate » Tue Apr 28, 2009 1:18 am UTC

the posts in this thread have a weird beat when you read them. it took me a sec to see what it was that made them sound so weird. do we get to change the rules at some point? or do we just post "one per" 'till we get bored?

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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby Troy Martin » Tue Apr 28, 2009 2:52 am UTC

I think that the word "rules" should not be a word we can say, as some of us may say the word as two parts.
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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby Gazared » Tue Apr 28, 2009 3:05 am UTC

Bobber wrote:I do not think that the main rule is hard to guess. You just need to read the first post to see what it is. Still, I can see how you would not want us to speak of the rules. It does so that folk need to look hard at the posts, and not just skim them.
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I think that cats is a good thing of which to speak. (Try to say that; it sounds weird.)
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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby smw543 » Tue Apr 28, 2009 4:43 am UTC

Troy Martin wrote:I think that the word "rules" should not be a word we can say, as some of us may say the word as two parts.
Let's not go there. A girl I know told me how, where she's from, "milk" has three. Not one. Not two. Three. (They are folk whose necks are red, so to speak.)

@Dork: You're a kitty young cat! :D
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LE4dGOLEM wrote:Now you know the difference between funny and sad.
Ubik wrote:But I'm too fond of the penis to let it go.
gmalivuk wrote:If you didn't want people to 'mis'understand you, then you probably should have tried saying something less stupid.

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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby krazykate » Tue Apr 28, 2009 12:53 pm UTC

mi-yul-kuh?

i'd like a rule that makes it so you must have one word that has three in each post.

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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby Gazared » Tue Apr 28, 2009 1:00 pm UTC

But that's too hard!
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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby Platypodes » Fri May 01, 2009 10:46 pm UTC

I don't think it would be difficult.
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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby krazykate » Fri May 01, 2009 11:06 pm UTC

preposterous.

i think we'll be fine.

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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby hocl » Sat May 02, 2009 12:33 am UTC

smw543 wrote:
Troy Martin wrote:I think that the word "rules" should not be a word we can say, as some of us may say the word as two parts.
Let's not go there. A girl I know told me how, where she's from, "milk" has three. Not one. Not two. Three. (They are folk whose necks are red, so to speak.)
I have heard the opposite of "fake" said with that length, too.

Gazared wrote:How was your day? Did you do fun things? I did. I ate a whole bag of chips and worked with thread.
I'm not sure that the past tense of words such as "kill" and "work" are good.

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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby Gazared » Sat May 02, 2009 2:33 am UTC

hocl wrote:
Gazared wrote:How was your day? Did you do fun things? I did. I ate a whole bag of chips and worked with thread.
I'm not sure that the past tense of words such as "kill" and "work" are good.
I say them with just one (for most of them) so they should be fine, as long as it does not end with èd. This game is built on trust. It works in real life, but seems to makes for a slow thread.
krazykate wrote:i'd like a rule that makes it so you must have one word that has three in each post.
I read this as each word must have three syllables. That would be hard. Oops by me. :oops:
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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby Daoshi » Sat May 02, 2009 2:35 pm UTC

This topic looks fun. I did not see how I broke the first rule all the time. It is hard for me to post here.
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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby Rakysh » Sat May 02, 2009 2:36 pm UTC

Nemphael wrote:Yeah, so, this is a lot of fun. I have a school thing to do for the next day. Hum. Should start soon? It's a story. Plot: a guy was killed and stuff. That's all I know. I'll make things up soon.


I think you mean you want to write a tale. Will the man who makes did the kill get what he should get in the end? I say he should go to jail.

I think that the bad thing of the game is that lots of nice foods are not meant to be said. That makes me sad, but the rest of the game is good.

I find this hard.
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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby Daoshi » Sat May 02, 2009 3:06 pm UTC

Yes, this is hard. I am not used to this yet, but I have faith! I ask, what is the long word that we can say that is big when next to all words we can say?
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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby Rakysh » Sat May 02, 2009 3:18 pm UTC

I will look on the search bar.

...

The search bar which means 100 noughts says that the big word can be found at this page. I like scritched.

I find the lack of words which end in ing the most hard.
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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby Daoshi » Sat May 02, 2009 3:26 pm UTC

Strengths. This game is not a strength of mine. Ha.
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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby Notch » Sat May 02, 2009 3:38 pm UTC

Rakysh wrote:I think you mean you want to write a tale. Will the man who makes the death happen get what he should get in the end? I say he should go to jail.


Wow, this is a fun game. It is very hard to not sound weird, and it seems most words that end with "ing" are right out the wind.. Uhm, yeah. Out the wind. That's the tick.

So how 'bout that new game where you play as the guys who bust ghosts? Dan, Bill, and the rest all play their parts! I have plans for a late night with my girl, we will watch both films on the ray that is blu, then play the game on the Sony game box thing.

Geesh, this is hard.

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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby Gazared » Sat May 02, 2009 3:50 pm UTC

Rakysh wrote:The search bar which means 100 zeros says that the big word can be found at this page. I like scritched.

I find the lack of words which end in ing the most hard.
You mean ten times ten 'O's?
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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby krazykate » Sat May 02, 2009 4:48 pm UTC

"guys that bust ghosts"
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hilarious.

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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby Rakysh » Sat May 02, 2009 4:48 pm UTC

I do not know what either of you mean. I use words which have one of those things all words have all the time.

>_>

Now I am glad that I have a wii. Man who mends pipes from Rome has many fun games as well as cool face hair.

Those who bust ghosts are cool.

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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby Daoshi » Mon May 04, 2009 12:17 am UTC

Yes, but the man who mends pipes is from New York, at least if you think he is not from the shroom land.
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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby Dr._Orion » Mon May 04, 2009 12:53 am UTC

Bah, green hat is the best. All pale when put next to the man with the green hat. For some odd twist of fate, his bro is "da man". I want to fix this, the only way I know how; I shall make a long poem of Green and his deeds of fame. This post will be a score times a score and five more, words long. So, here is my long poem, all of Green Hat.

Ode to the man in the green hat
He jumps high, thats that
his foe’s garb is plum
his bro has a great tum
But none shall say that Green is fat!
But green hat is quick
and green hat is brave
well, sort of brave
he wont go in a cave
But his hair on his face do not shave!

Ode to the man in the green hat
He jumps high, thats that
his foe’s garb is plum
his bro has a great tum
But none shall say that Green is fat!
Green hat can beat up ghosts
he takes them and sucks them, their toast!
Green hat is cool
Green hat is quick
Green hat is so cool he’s sick

Ode to the man in the green hat
He jumps high, thats that
his foe’s garb is plum
his bro has a great tum
But none shall say that Green is fat!
Green hat has no girl
that fact wants to make me hurl
he has looks, he’s brave
as long as there is no cave
but girls seem to run away

Ode to the man in the green hat
He jumps high, thats that
his foe’s garb is plum
his bro has a great tum
But none shall say that Green is fat!
Some think that Green is dumb
Some think his head is bare
But I know the truth
His words are sooth
He just wont speaks you see?

Ode to the man in the green hat
He jumps high, thats that
his foe’s garb is plum
his bro has a great tum
But none shall say that Green is fat!
Green can beat up bad guys too
He can throw Spikes to the zoo!
He throws a good punch
He gives a good kick
But his bro gets the girl
Dang it

Ode to the man in the green hat
He jumps high, thats that
his foe’s garb is plum
his bro has a great tum
But none shall say that Green is fat!
This poem is quite long
I might turn it to a song
My words run short
To tell of a man
who is oh so very tall

Ode to the man in the green hat
He jumps high, thats that
his foe’s garb is plum
his bro has a great tum
But none shall say that Green is fat!
My ode has come to a close
This is to be my last verse
Green is cool
Red should drool
That is all, so long!

change: I fix my poor word choice, though poem I think is fine to my ear. To be fair, I did bold what was done twice, as I did fail at first.
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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby 6453893 » Mon May 04, 2009 2:35 am UTC

Though you all write well, do you guys tend to Read. The. Text. As. If. It. Were. Typed. Like. This?

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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby Kizyr » Mon May 04, 2009 3:00 am UTC

Damn, and I had hoped that I would be the one to make the first post in this thread that was quite long. But, it seems that the guy two posts back beat me to it--and let's be frank, there is no way I can match his skill. I can stay in these rules and write posts that seem not too weird, but it's not like I can put up a whole ode like that. That gets my praise.

So, when I first read this thread, I thought it said "The one word per game", not "The one per word game". In which case, I thought, "why do all the posts have more than one word in them"? But yeah, this makes more sense. But it is quite tough--more so than one might think at first glance. Oh, and:
6453893 wrote:Though you all write well, do you guys tend to Read. The. Text. As. If. It. Were. Typed. Like. This?

This. I think it has to do with my need to check that all posts fit the rules. So, if you "Read. The. Text. As. If. ..." then it's a way to check that all posts fit the rules sans the need to read each post twice.

(Just so you know, I do use the word "sans" in my speech.) KF
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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby smw543 » Mon May 04, 2009 5:52 am UTC

Kizyr wrote:Damn, and I had hoped that I would be the one to make the first post in this thread that was quite long. But, it seems that the guy two posts back beat me to it--and let's be frank, there is no way I can match his skill. I can stay in these rules and write posts that seem not too weird, but it's not like I can put up a whole ode like that. That gets my praise. KF
Yes, that post was quite good. But he did break the rules (once, that I saw.) I think that means that your post has the most words (of those posts that don't break the rules.)

Bask for now, I will be back (once I am done with my tons of work) to crush you! Crush! You! *Bangs shoe on his desk* (Note: quote changed to fit the game. And there is no way to say... the name of that ex head of state from that cold place way north of Laos.)
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LE4dGOLEM wrote:Now you know the difference between funny and sad.
Ubik wrote:But I'm too fond of the penis to let it go.
gmalivuk wrote:If you didn't want people to 'mis'understand you, then you probably should have tried saying something less stupid.

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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby Rakysh » Mon May 04, 2009 8:04 am UTC

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Dr._Orion wrote:Bah, green hat is the best. All others pale when next to the man with the green hat. For some odd twist of fate, his bro is the hero. I want to fix this, the only way I know how; I shall make an epic poem about Green and his deeds of fame. This post will be a score times a score and five more, words long. So, here is my epic poem, all about Green Hat.

Ode to the man in the green hat
He jumps high, thats that
his foe’s garb is plum
his bro has a great tum
But none shall say that Green is fat!
But green hat is quick
and green hat is brave
well, sort of brave
he wont go in a cave
But his hair on his face do not shave!

Ode to the man in the green hat
He jumps high, thats that
his foe’s garb is plum
his bro has a great tum
But none shall say that Green is fat!
Green hat can beat up ghosts
he takes them and sucks them, they're toast!
Green hat is cool
Green hat is quick
Green hat is so cool he’s sick

Ode to the man in the green hat
He jumps high, thats that
his foe’s garb is plum
his bro has a great tum
But none shall say that Green is fat!
Green hat has no girl
that fact wants to make me hurl
he has looks, he’s brave
as long as there is no cave
but girls seem to run away

Ode to the man in the green hat
He jumps high, thats that
his foe’s garb is plum
his bro has a great tum
But none shall say that Green is fat!
Some think that Green is dumb
Some think his head is bare
But I know the truth
His words are sooth
He just wont speaks you see?

Ode to the man in the green hat
He jumps high, thats that
his foe’s garb is plum
his bro has a great tum
But none shall say that Green is fat!
Green can beat up bad guys too
He can throw Spikes to the zoo!
He throws a good punch
He gives a good kick
But his bro gets the girl
Dang it

Ode to the man in the green hat
He jumps high, thats that
his foe’s garb is plum
his bro has a great tum
But none shall say that Green is fat!
This poem is quite long
I might turn it to a song
My words run short
To tell of a man
who is oh so very tall

Ode to the man in the green hat
He jumps high, thats that
his foe’s garb is plum
his bro has a great tum
But none shall say that Green is fat!
My ode has come to a close
This is to be my last verse
Green is cool
Red should drool
That is all, so long!


This is so COOL!
Some awe was had.
As I am a n00b, I bold the wrong stuff.

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Re: The One Per Word Game

Postby Notch » Mon May 04, 2009 8:17 am UTC

Daoshi wrote:Yes, but the man who mends pipes is from New York, at least if you think he is not from the shroom land.


[edit:] Or am I wrong? [/edit]

I think I will work some more on my game this night. It's been a few years since I first made the basic game core, but now I feel ready to finish it. Last night, I chose to sign up on a nice game dev talk place, and got some nice words about it. I'm not quite sure if I will have a plot or if it will just be a plain cave romp, but I think it will be the first.

The gang of brave men will wake up with no clue how they got there, and will have to find out who put them there and why. Might it be a rogue? Or an evil lord? Time will tell, I think.
I'll have to work more on the item code, then I can move on to game levels, and some game play. Art needs to be done, and sound, but that's more easy to do once the rest is in place.

(I feel like I've lost with this post, but I can't find where. =D)


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