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January 30, 2019


Family argument during game of Monopoly leaves 1 person injured in Kansas

(Thanks to pharmaross)


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We start our games with a prayer for absolution in the coming hours. It isn't my fault if kids haven't learned about how to structure a reverse triangular merger by the time they are old enough to roll dice.

We used to have a family game night and our favorite game was Yahtzee. My daughter brought her boyfriend over one night and after the game he said he never realized that Yahtzee was a contact sport.

"Look you can have The Reading Railroad, the gun is not necessary."

Thankfully they weren't playing Texas hold'em.

This happens every time the banker starts making unsecured personal loans to himself.

Further proof that Capitalism isn't for everyone.

I looked at the board in my Monopoly set and couldn’t find Nebraska Avenue anywhere.

Totally justified, IMHO...my family of origin played this game to win, and I experienced many flipped-over boards and p.o.'d verbal exchanges (though we all stopped short of actual fisticuffs). Sometimes, we didn't find the lost tokens and houses for years!

The game most likely to hurt feelings is " Sorry ". After that, it's " I Finished Off the Potato Chips " .

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