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Today’s “new” topic is “World War II”, very interesting to be sure, but we already had that not long ago (on April 25th).
you just spoiled
Just no. Whoever repeated the topic did.
Interesting... I looked through the recent history and I see “Ten Black Things” came up twice too.... I have not played this game much, but now I might watch it closer... I’m wondering if we are being experimented on! ;-)
...there was also a WWI... So maybe it was just a typo and it was supposed to be WWIII ???
I know I have an odd opinion here, but it may be some kind of empathy to find out the participant`s behavior in repeated situations.I couldn’t get the number one spot in “WW II” because I thought many participants would think like me, and unfortunately they didn’t do it :)Try to think of recurring themes as a form of Meta Empathy.
Interpreting this as “Meta Empathy” is a nice idea, but unfortunately it doesn’t work.
This round shows that brainlessly copying the highest scoring words from the previous round with the same topic gets you a winning score.
I fail to see any fun (or anything else worthwhile) in that.
Here we go again (another “Hong Kong”).
I’d like to think that this would be fairly easy to avoid.
Can anybody expalin why it keeps happening?
Darth Vader was a repeat, too. No one (else) noticed as far as I know.
But yeah, it would be nice to avoid them.
Another “Vietnam War” - this is getting ridiculous.
For the time being, I’m outta here.