UnNews:New game "Where's Charlie Hebdo" launched
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New game "Where's Charlie Hebdo" launched
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15 January 2015
- Translated from dÉsencyclopédie
PARIS, France -- Who said international terrorism and party games couldn't live hand-in-glove? (Not me, anyway; I'm petrified they'll find my address.) Nor even the radical Islamic group Daech, which — even though the Christmas gift-giving season has passed — has rolled out a new game for young and old alike: Where is Charlie-Hebdo?
The new game is not about picking out of a crowd a moron with a red-and-white striped sweater. Rather, Where's Charlie-Hebdo? is a large-scale role-playing game for retards. The first edition was launched last Wednesday in the streets of Paris. The first two contestants had the game's rules down to a tee and easily found Charlie-Hebdo. They won the game, defeating 12 opponents who were dangerously equipped with a full arsenal of pencils and erasers. Are there more where they came from?!
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