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I make various off colour jokes on social ideas and constructs that seem weird or off to me. Possibly remarking why I cannot confess to being human really--humans make no sense to me. Typically including my ideas and thoughts on these rather weird ideas, conclusion jumping to the left, as I step around to the right to see what people are thinking here. Then I thrust some mind viruses in to really drive you insane.

But you know what? I just know history will repeat itself again.

Hope you enjoy me bitching people out.


Strip Prisoner's Dilemma: Rules

So, I have officially been challenged. I read something on XKCD that indicated nobody came up with rules for the game Strip Prisoner's Dilemma.

A brief summary of Prisoner's Dilemma for those unfamiliar:

Prisoner's Dilemma was designed to be a psychological game. One that is meant to figure out how most people work. Created one: to understand how people work, and two: gain the task of getting prisoners to confess.

You have probably seen this on various crime dramas.

The idea is that the prisoners are split up. If one confesses, and the other denies, the person who confesses will get six months, where as the one that denies will get ten years. If they both confess, they both get five years. If neither confess, they got off without a punishment.

Now, naturally because of how Rule 34 works and operates to most people (protip: it is a challenge for people, to ensure that nothing is safe from Rule 34) I have to come up with a set of pornographic rules to this game.

This is a game where there are two people involved. Prisoner's Dilemma really does not allow for more than two people--though, I will give mutliplayer rules in an advanced section.

Each person has a two cards they can use. One says "confess" and the other says "denies".

If one confesses and the other denies two articles of clothing come off the denier, followed by the denier required to masturbate for two time units (this is an arbitrary amount of time that both partners should know before hand), while the other player lightly feels up their skin in nonsexual regions however they want (finger tips, toes, tongue, nose, side of head, etc. You know what gets you off).

If both confess, both players remove one article of clothing and proceed for a rather heavy make out session for one time unit.

If both deny, both player keep their current clothing and lightly feel each other up in nonsexual regions. That is by rubbing finger tips, toes, tongue, side of head, etc., over the other player. Naturally the two partners should have a good idea of what gets the other off. Finger tips _usually_ are a save guess. Unless on of the partners is a amputee without finger tips and gets jealous at the idea of this occurring (would not be the most psychologically screwed up thing I have heard about people not liking). This is merely done until one of the partners says, "crime", or some other word as such.

In the case of more than two players, the total amount of time units, is how many players there are. This is also the total amount of clothing to come off in a turn is how many players there are.

In the case of a confession, the amount of people denying have to remove a set of clothes divided based on "total clothes" / deniers. Rounding up, of course. The amount of time units spend with the people denying in the case of a confession is "time units" / deniers. Rounding up of course.

In the case that everybody denies, it most results in people feeling each other up, until somebody says "crime", or something like that.

There we go, Rule 34, complete fixed to have Strip Prisoner's Dilemma.

I expect to see at least on fetish site with a fantasy scene around Prisoner's Dilemma also called Strip Prisoner's Dilemma. Likely a lesbian or gay bondage site or some sort, with two "prisoners" confessing or denying to a kinky "crime", and punished accordingly.

Now go my little starlings, go forth and be fruity!

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