Why did the overweight person start playing go as a leisure activity?
But he would have chosen a game in which stones are eaten He doesn’t have to kill anything if he really wants to reduce!
To clarify, I have nothing against overweight people, reducing is not always the solution (to the health problems it can cause), and killing groups is the best thing about this game
This is questionable.
Best thing about go is balance, for me.
Knowing that excess can be punished.
Managing the right amount of self care and initiative.
Killing a group can be satisfying but keeping the score difference under 5 pts along the entire game is precious. My opinion, of course.
Back to the joke, I think that it’s perfectly working: reduction may be the wrong answer sometimes, but definitely there are many people that want to reduce their weight.
So, playing go trying to reduce is a nice double meaning.
Eating sones, on the other hand, would help increasing weight, so it’s suited for gluttonous people and for those who are skinny.
Shall we open a new “Go Jokes pedantry” thread?
Go wash your mouth with green soap and write 100 times “I will not make pedantry jokes again”.
Okay. But then it is not writing it 100 times but 1000 times
I apologise in advance …
What do you call this situation, when there’s two cats and you can’t decide who to pet?
Thanks for getting this thread back on topic.
What do you call a ko battle you lose?
What I was thinking of
This leads to a new go joke.
What do you call a an all board ko battle you lose?
What I was thinking of:
We need a poll. Who has the best cheaters, chess or go?
Isn’t always the same AI?
Feels like this one deserves to be here too
Why is Go better then chess?
Why is a skilled baduk teacher good for your self esteem?
They give you an “igo” boost
OT discussion removed.
Q. What do you call a group in seki?
A. The undead.
Q. What do you call a haengma that causes seki?
A. The Walking Dead.
Q. Why did Jesus always play black?
A. John 8:7