Basically, you are trying to refute the person above you, while making another statement.
Really easy rule... example:
Start: I ate McDonald for lunch
Next: No, you are wrong. You went out jogging.
Next: No, you are wrong. You were only walking.
Rules are simple:
1) the refute must be related, even by a nuance.
(from above example:
No, you are wrong. Biggie is better than Tupac. <--- would not be acceptable
2) Be creative, feel free to lengthen your sentence with lots of ";" or other conjunctions. Simple statements make boring games.
3) Refute must be a sentence.
ex: No, you are wrong [always start with this]. Walking is for losers. You said you aren't a loser. <--- this would be unacceptable
HOWEVER: You said walking is for losers, thus you didn't walk. <--- that would be okay
4) Feel free to switch up pronouns/names to refer to the most recent person (the one above you), so that you are not referring to person 1 all the time.
(And please... no run-ons. If you can make your sentence grammatically correct, feel free to make the sentence the length of a paragraph.)
(Tolerable insult makes fun game! But keep it below the neck and abve the waist. Stay away from simple flame war!)
Clear enough? Let's begin!
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