The question game.

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Are you familiar with the game were you answer any question with a question?.
--> @secularmerlin
Are you the person that started this on DDO?
Is who started it important?
--> @keithprosser
How do you measure importance?
--> @keithprosser
What are you trying to say?
--> @SupaDudz
Don't you understand english?
--> @secularmerlin
Did you realize I misread the question?
--> @SupaDudz
How could you misread the question? Are you illiterate?
--> @secularmerlin
Do you know that a lot of people misread stuff?
Why did you answer with two questions?


--> @SupaDudz
Can I one-up you guys with 3 questions?
Is everyone imperfect or is nobody perfect?
Why did I ask that first question when I plainly proved that I can?
--> @breakingamber
--> @SupaDudz

Guys do we really want to turn this into a competition?

--> @secularmerlin
Why would I?
Do you think I would do such a stupid thing?
--> @breakingamber
Do you really want me to answer?
--> @secularmerlin
Didn't you just now?
--> @breakingamber
When did that happen?
Didn't you just answer with, 'Do you really want me to answer?'?
--> @breakingamber
Why would you think that?
--> @secularmerlin
Fancy a game of questions?


--> @breakingamber
Didn't you just answer with, 'Do you really want me to answer?'?
Foul, no rhetoric.

--> @3RU7AL
Is that a question?
--> @breakingamber
Is that a question?

Citing the rules of the game are excluded from the requirement of being questions themselves.


Scoring is done by foul. Fouls can be called for:
  • statement: player fails to reply with a question
  • hesitation: player takes too long to reply or grunts or makes a false start
  • repetition: player asks questions identical to or synonymous with one already asked this game (not match)
  • rhetoric: player asks a rhetorical question
  • non sequitur: player responds with an unrelated question
When a foul is called on a player, his opponent is awarded one point. First player to get three points wins a game. Matches are played to best out of three games.
In one multiplayer variant, the game is played with two lines facing each other. The two opponents at the heads of the lines play each other and go to the back of the line (or the otherline) when they foul. Scoring can be however the players like.


--> @3RU7AL
Do you know how beautiful your posts are?
--> @secularmerlin
Do you know how beautiful your posts are?
Are they even half as aesthetically pleasing as your own?

--> @secularmerlin, @3RU7AL
Is this really that kind of game?
Do you realize how beautiful his posts are?
--> @3RU7AL
Isn't that subjective?