thread: 2013-10-28 : A Question about Objects

On 2013-10-30, timfire wrote:

[OK, light bulb moment, I just looked up "Eat Poop You Cat" and realized it's a game I've played numerous times, but my friends who taught it to me called it something different. So I know what you're talking about now.]

Vincent, I have to disagree about the object of Eat Poop You Cat. I think the game has a more concrete object than just "to see what we've done at the end". The specific challenge of the game is to interpret & translate the picture/sentence as accurately as possible, or at least in a way that it's meaning is clearly communicated.

So on a group level I would say the object is to see how closely we can maintain the meaning of the original sentence (as the stack makes it's way around the group).


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