The game is where you try not to think about the game. If you think about the game, you lose the game. When you have lost the game you have to announce that you lost the game (although, I think , 99% of people who play don't say when they have lost). If some one says that they have lost the game within your hearing, its okay, you haven't lost. When some one else loses the game there is a thirty minute grace period for you to stop thinking about the game.
Make sense? No? oops.
1- you are now playing the game, you can't quit the game.
2- you can't think of the game or talk about the game, because if you do, you lose.
3- once you lost the game, you have to announce your loss. i.e. - I JUST LOST THE GAME. Or come up with something creative to make others think about it, like Watch out for the game!
4- if somebody asks about the game, you have to ask them if they want to play, if yes, then they can't quit.
5- you have a 30 minute restart until you can loose the game again.
Robert: I just stepped in the game.
Dennis: Damnet, I just lost the game.
Basically, whenever you think about it, you have lost the game and must report it outloud which, in turn, causes the people around you to lose the game. After losing, you have thirty minutes to think about the game before you eligible to lose again. The only way you can win the game is if Tony Blair announces, on public television, that he has, indeed, lost the game. That day may never come.
Friend 2: What?
Friend 1: THE GAME. LOLOLOLOL.
Friend 2: Damn you! *shakes fist* That's the sixth time today!
From the movie "Waiting..."
"Hah... are you joking?"
"Mitch, the men here like to play the game..."
X: I lost the game
Me: F U