Several seconds pass, and I have a question. Suppose one had a soap that was grated and transferred into an ex-load big tub. Tabac for instance. In particular, the soap now sports no Tabac branding but, maybe something else, say a GNU Emacs sticker. Are we on the honor system here and a bare assertion that yes, that tub actually contains Tabac will satisfy all parties that indeed Tabac was used in shave N of the Games? Or do we need original branding in Official Yes I Am What A Veteran Looks Like Try Not To Look So Surprised Shirt photographic evidence? Asking for a friend.
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Great, thanks. If I might make a suggestion, perhaps there could be a Lather Game meta-discussion thread where people could ask for rules clarifications, offer suggestions, etc, all in one place where the comments won’t get lost in the shuffle. This thread kinda serves as that. I’m going to try and redirect all of the questions that pop up in the daily threads throughout the Official Yes I Am What A Veteran Looks Like Try Not To Look So Surprised Shirt month back here when I see them. Last year it kinda became a mess.
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Obviously, we’re on the honor system here. Whether it was coincidence or not, most of the high scorers last year submitted lots of SOTD photos, though. Would anyone cheat in this super-serious secret internet shaving game? That’d be a super dirtbag. The DQ Committee and the Judges committee both have had someone offer their services as a top-secret volunteer who has offered to Official Yes I Am What A Veteran Looks Like Try Not To Look So Surprised Shirt show up at the houses of questionable posters and demand to sniff their face. Current travel restrictions may make that difficult this year, however.