Corrupt-A-Wish is a game where someone posts a wish, and you "grant" it, but with an unexpected, unpleasant twist to it. And then you make your own wish for others to corrupt.
How To Play
- First, you "grant" the wish of the guy who posted before you. Simply saying "Granted" is good enough.
- Then, you corrupt it, by saying how it's corrupted. You can make the wish backfire, you can make something happen that ruins the wish, you can exploit a loophole in the phrasing of the wish, anything goes really. Just... make your corruption make sense, please.
- Then, you make your own wish, to keep the game running.
I wish i could fly.
Granted, you are now a mosquito.
I wish Half-Life 3 would be released.
Granted. Be sure to mark the date March 23, 3011 on your calendar!
I wish for Christmas not to be secular.
The goal isn't to make a foolproof uncorruptable wish. Not only do those wishes have the potential to ruin the game, but they also tend to be quite bland, both in the wish itself and in how it's corrupted. The point of the game is to be as clever and creative as possible. There's no winners or losers here.
Off-topic discussions are a bad idea, so try not to start them. Like with virtually any forum-game, this one's main weakness is being derailed. I know it tends to be tempting to start a discussion about, for instance, a particular wish or how it's corrupted, but try not to. However, there's one exception:
Side-discussion is okay, however. That's the one exception to the above rule; you may have off-topic discussion as long as you keep the game going in every post. As long as every post corrupts the previous post's wish, and contains a new wish to corrupt, you may put pretty much anything else in there.
Don't forget to make a wish. This is the easiest mistake to make. If you really want to play, but can't think of a wish, try thinking of something you wish you had in real life.
If someone does forget to make a wish, and doesn't edit a wish into his and/or her post within an hour, you may assume that he's not going to. To keep the game running, you may post a wish of your own.
And now, let's begin!
I wish there was a YouTube Poop of The Stanley Parable.