Official Rules For Pooping In Your Workplace Bathroom [Click to finish the poop]
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1. When a member has been recognized and is speaking on a motion to re-refer a bill, he must stand upright at his desk and may not lean thereon.
2. When speaking, a member must confine himself to the subject under debate. In discussing an amendment, the debate must be confined to the amendment and not include the general merits of the bill or other proposition.
3. Should a member violate the rules three times (strikes), they shall be deemed “out.”
4. No “takesy-backsies” will be recognized if a member speaks on a non-germane topic, the speaking member may not “say, oh, wait a minute” and then make a rewinding sound and start over. This rule will still be in effect even if the rewinding sound is eerily accurate, and kind of cool.
5. The speaking member will not play as Oddjob. Keep Reading
(Source: College Humor)
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TLDNR: A New Drinking Game - “Bartender” [Click for full rules]
One night a few months ago, a bunch of CH writers went out to celebrate Malibu Einstein ‘s birthday at a bar in Brooklyn. We decided that we should make up a drinking game as a present, so we went to work brainstorming. After a few false starts, test rounds and moderate alcohol poisoning, we had the basics of a game called Bartender. It’s a quick game that can be played by 3 – 10 people and, hopefully, will reveal embarrassing secrets about your friends. Here is how you play:
What you need: Friends, Alcohol
Before the game can start, the players must determine who will be the Bartender first. Odds-or-evens, rock-paper-scissors, etc. Someone must “lose” and have to be Bartender first. The rest of the players are Patrons. Now you’re ready to play!
The Bartender first picks a subject. So in our example game, the Bartender says to the group, “I want to talk about bad first dates.”
Next, each Patron takes a turn telling the Bartender a personal story about themselves within the topic the Bartender selected. This story can be true or false. [Keep Reading]
- Neither candidate may “live tweet” the debate.
- Neither candidate may speak negatively about the other’s clothes, weight, or “mama.”
- The candidates shall not reveal any information regarding the plot of “Looper.”
- The moderator shall not interject or interrupt a candidate’s response with clips from any humorous internet soundboard (i.e. Howard Stern, Borat).
- Candidates may not toss candy into the crowd to woo voters.
- Candidates may not partake in a debate drinking game, unless rules are fully agreed upon beforehand.
You should leave the pool before the end of time.