The Game
The Game - you lost the game made from scrabble tiles
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The Game is a mental game where the objective is to avoid thinking about The Game itself. Thinking about The Game constitutes a loss, which, according to the rules of The Game, must be announced each time it occurs. It is impossible to win most versions of The Game; players can only attempt to avoid losing for as long as they possibly can. The Game has been variously described as pointless and infuriating, or as challenging and fun to play. As of 2010, The Game is played by millions worldwide.

These millions playing The Game includes the Lessers. First discovered by Liam Tullett in 2010, The Game has infuriated many members of the school ranging from teachers to the Populars.

It has now died off almost completely, only being mentioned very occasionally.

Best LossesEdit

  • A great example of how we spent our time on Year 8 camp.
  • An example of sneaking 'The Game' into work in an English-related task made by Liam Tullett in August 2011.
One of the best losses of The Game happened when Michael Rehfisch put the letters of The Game as the first letter of each line on his English essay on Tomorrow When The War Began. The letters went undetected by the teacher marking the work.

Other than that, it has been set as wallpapers on unattended laptops several times.