Childhood Rage and Uno Spin

People1


Lets face it.  It is no fun getting yelled at by your sister for cheating.  Especially since you can’t read and are not entirely sure that you are cheating.  You are playing to the best of your ability, with the rules you can remember.  Curse you Uno Spin!  You are so fun to play, but so damn hard to understand!  Why couldn’t your rules be set to a sing-song?  Or at least short enough to pay attention to?  Why did grandma give us such a complicated game?  Why not an updated, or novelty edition, of Candyland?  Why?

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Another videogame player.

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2 Responses to “Childhood Rage and Uno Spin”

  1. todaysnewsart Says:

    I really liked these, the first one especially; that’s awesome. Everybody can relate to that feeling, the frustration of being a kid. Then the mother’s blank stare. great stuff.

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