Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Game Of Thrones

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For the festive season, BorgCo Games are offering a new product to amuse and entertain, but mostly to humiliate.

The playing board shows a large, fictional land mass (The "Incontinent") marked with roads and tracks. The playing pieces are just regular human figures, and the currency is limited to copper pennies. Players are dealt a number of cards at the start, giving them a route, which they do not show to other players. Only when the piece reaches a destination is the corresponding card placed face-up on the table.

The object of the game is for the player's piece to make its way round the board while avoiding embarrassing accidents. Each settlement has a Throne in a small cubicle; only one player may sit thereon at a time. Thus, a player arriving in a location where the Throne is already occupied must either wait, hopping from foot to foot and whimpering, or proceed at a painful shuffle to the next vacant facility.

Players may spend money on incontnence pads (but these slow down a playing piece), IBS medication, travel commodes, or rolls of Extra Soft TriplePly. If they have an Accidents, they will have to find a laundry, or in extreme cases purchase replacement garments.

The winner is the player who visits all their designated Thrones In the shortest time without being told "Eeewwwww, you smell of wee !" on reaching the finish line.

8th of 7, Dec 21 2016

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       Played every time we travel with the toddlers...
RayfordSteele, Dec 21 2016

       If for some reason I ever become a real king, I will be sure to use a fancy toilet for my throne.
Size_Mick, Mar 23 2017


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