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Pornopoly

pornographic industry meets the game of Monopoly
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During the current coronavirus lockdown, many people are rediscovering the joys of traditional board games like Monopoly, and while several variations already exist, there is always a market for another one. This is why Pornopoly has been created.

Instead of buying up traditional properties, you become a type of pimp or porn baron and take ownership of seedy outlets and other dubious assets.

As alternatives to places like Mayfair or Old Kent Road, there are high-class prostitutes of all kinds: working girls; rent boys; sex-shops; lap-dancing clubs; lady boys etc, all appropriately priced. Instead of Utilities like the Water Dept, there are std clinics, condom machines, backstreet abortion services and money laundering outlets.

Throw in some equivalent new cards like: "pay currupt police inspector £200" or "blackmailed politician pays you £500 to keep quiet" and you have the essence of the new game.

Replacing the nice crisp notes and figures like The Boot, or The Hat, there are bundles of grubby, suspiciously stained money and a set of nasty playing figures such as: Nick The Enforcer; Razors Magee; and Ball Twister Mary. A new luridly designed box, that is sold wrapped in plain brown paper and kept under the counter, completes the package.

xenzag, Apr 30 2020

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       Sounds titillating and engaging. I'm game.
blissmiss, Apr 30 2020
  

       "Park Lane" has been rebranded as "[xenzag]'s house" in your version, hasn't it ?   

       Although you really belong in the sordid, low-rent end of the market, in Whitechapel ...
8th of 7, Apr 30 2020
  

       Yes, we thought it might. But once you start googling that sort of thing, there's no end to it.   

       Thankyou for confirming it, anyway.
8th of 7, Apr 30 2020
  

       Ugh!
Monopoly, disgusting.
Loris, May 01 2020
  

       What a bust to antitrust
theircompetitor, May 02 2020
  
      
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