Wow, that's hard!
The appropriateness of Perpetua would probably depend on the tone of the writing. When I used it, I (half playfully) thought the extra space made the words sort of resonate.
Write a PS on it, fuckstick.
Sometimes all you've got is a wacky hi-jink.
This is truly the ultimate in toolish douchebaggery.
This was a nice game, easy enough and it took less than 10 minutes for me. I had problems on Question #2, but heres how i set it up:A total of 6 people (3 males/3 females) will be vying for a total of 6 open slots (i love these 1:1 correspondence games!) F3: __ __F2: __ __F1: __ __IT is important to frst go through the numerical distribution of the game. Start with A, who has the most restrictions on him because he is but a poor virgin. He cannot mate with any of the three girls. So he is left with X or D.Now we know the setup of the game: A with X or D, GIRL with GIRL (nice!), and BOY with GIRL. Only one lucky fella is getting laid!We can figure more slots with the rule G>T (G lives on a higher floor than T). This is actually major news because there are only three scenarios that can happen now:Scenario #1 Scenario #2 Scenario #3F3: G __ F3: G __ F3: A D/XF2: T __ F2: A D/X F2: G __F1: A D/X F1: T __ F1: T __Remember that J could either shack up with G or T depending on who faggot A sleeps with.But be careful!!--Just because A mates with X doesnot automatically mean that D must shack up with T (that would be an incorrect reversal). In fact, D could be with G (that playa'!), leaving T and J to live together (like good little lesbos!).
Question #2 was a local could be true EXCEPT question that had A and D as a block. This means X must be with either G or T. But we know that X cannot be with T because T only fucks D. So this rule forces X with G, and T with J . This is problematic because Answer C says "Xavier has had sex with Josephine"--this, of course must be false because X has sex with G. Answer D says "Xavier is a virgin"--this too, must be false. Please quote and help me out on this one. I choose Answer D blindly for time reasons and went on.
Question #3 was a local must be true question that had the following hypo:F3: T D F2: A XF1: J GI chose Answer C
Question #6 was a global list question that asked which list could NOT have virgins together. This was also time consuming and difficult. I chose Answer C, but would be hard pressed to explain myself at this time of night.
Question #7 was a local maximum question. I usually hate these sorts of questions because it ruins my hard work. But this wasnt so bad. I drew the following hypo:F3: GF2: T J F1: X DB: A SLucky A finally got some! Of course when i drew this, I tried to maxmimize my virgins. So, there could be a maximum of 5 virgins, Answer E.