admin January 13, 2014

Purportedly this is a rule that gets broken a lot for practical reasons, but theoretically, in any one interaction a person should only ask another person to do one task/thing (or one conceptually related set of tasks) for them.

The person being asked to do something may (ask to) remove one element of the request, which they can symbolize by picking an imaginary object out of the air with their fingers and flicking it to the side. Posted in Rules Previous Post: Details: The Name Next Post: Rules: Secrecy

Source: Originally published on (one anonymous contributor’s prior blog)