Some time ago, a friend of mine and me were really bored and we played tic-tac-toe. However, we were still bored and made up a variant, it was pretty good. I just remembered it, and why not share it with the world?
The game goes like this:
- Draw 2 squares in 2 different colours next to each other
- In one of the squares, you draw a cross in the corner, and in the other a circle in the corner, also with 2 different colours
- You can play with not only 2 persons, but also 3,4,5,6, etcetera. You will hace to draw more squares in the beginning and more symbols.
Now you have the setup of the game. Objective is still getting three in a row. And you still have to take turns after you did something.
How to play:
- Instead of just drawing crosses and circles, you also have to draw the squares, however, if you draw a square, your turn is over.
- You can't draw a cross/circle in the other one's square, but you can if you erase one of your own crosses/circles.
- If you draw a cross/circle in your own square, you don't have to erase one of your own crosses/circles.
- You can draw squares only next to/above/underneath another square.
I doubt you will play this game, because of the rules you have to explain to each other, but there will be a online version, as soon that is up, i'll tell you the link. And if you played it, please reply if you liked it or not. If you don't understand something, don't hestitate to ask.
Oh come on guys.
If you can get me to actually understand how this game works, it might be interesting! It's way better than that Rock paper Scissors thread. Except that one had a link to a cool Saddam movie.
Stick up that link when you've got it and we'll take it from there
I indeed have too much free time, we invented that game in school, when we had english class... God that was boring...
Wow, that must have been one hell of a boring lesson, when I was in school, we just tried to piss off and annoy our already slightly neurotic teacher.
The problem with that is that he can't see it, so it doesn't bother him, what you need to do, is more subtle stuff, like using that reflection to draw circles on the black/white board, what happens is that one person starts at the beginning of the lesson and gradually more and more people join in so that eventually half the class is drawing circles on the board, that way he won't notice as quickly. When he does realise though it'll be hilarious.
Originally Posted by Ayato_kamina
One thing we used to do with our English teacher, was that two random people would swap seats either every lesson or every couple of lesson or even every week (she preferred us to all stay in the same seats throughout the year), it used to completely fuck with her mind, she'd be walking round the class handing back work and then she'd get to someone and would get confused when she started handing them someone else's work, then she'd have to look round to find the correct person to give it to.
The other thing we did, was whenever she gave some instructions, one of us would ask her to repeat them, then we'd say that we didn't understand and so she would have to try and explain them a different way, then we'd start getting really pedantic about what we were supposed to be doing, then we'd say that the instructions were really complex and that we didn't really quite understand, then we'd ask her to write them on the board, eventually after asking her like nearly 8 or 9 times, we'd say "Oh right, so I guess I did understand them right the first time." I remember one time we did it, she got so pissed off she looked like she was about to explode and she just walked out of the class for the rest of the lesson.
A long time ago I was in a class that managed to get our part time geography teacher to quit. I didn't actually do anything to piss her off, but it just goes to show how evil kids can be. The worst thing a teacher can do is get oissed off, if they do the class will realise that they can take advantage of the teacher and will make their life a living hell.
We actually ended up putting one of our teachers in hospital for a while due to stress-related things. He quit soon after.
Now I'm a teacher. Here's hoping karma isn't real.