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This is a similar game to one my housemate, brother, and I play. The premise is you say "Odds on you..." the person then answers with odds between 1 in 2 and 1 in 100. Because the last part of the game isn't practical online we'll leave it there.

 

So for example: Odds on you eating an entire family block of chocolate right now

1 in 20, odds on you putting on a British accent for the day? etc

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If I lived in New Zealand or knew a NZer 1 in 10, just to see what he'd say.   Odds on you annexing your neighbor's refrigerator in the name of.... Oblivia (eh? eh? )  I'd annex my neig

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Lol that reference... but uh... 1 in 100, I'd probably get arrested, and it's really fucking cold out :s

 

Odds on you... .. eh... drinking a gallon of maple syrup in under a minute. And then AND THEN! Running out into the middle of the street and yelling.... um... CLUSTERFUCKING HAMSTER QUEEFS! MUAHAHHAHAHH! (Yeah definitely running out of good ideas XD)

 

No wait even better, running out in the street and yelling "I AM THE KING OF CANUCKISTAN BEHOLD THE EMPTY BOTTLE OF SYRUP!" yeah there we go.

No offense to any Canucks :razz:

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NI! NI! NI! NU! wot? Oh roight. Well I have a tin of herring so... if I sharpened it... 1 in 100, that my friend, would take for fuckin ever. But maybe if I get bored one day... we'll say 1 in 99 c:

 

Odds on you... calling your best friend a girlscout! (no offense to girlscouts, your cookies are lovely (send me thin mints!!))

If I was drunk though, I'd totally down a bottle of syrup and run out into the street and spout all sorts of obscenities, and it's safer out here too considering no traffic, and there's a full ass moon so extra light fer me! c:

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