When I was in elemetary school, a friend and I invented a thinking game to play every day on the hour long bus ride to school. It is called; “It’s your fault” and I still play it today when chat people send me a message starting with “it’s your fault”. Tonight, I couldn’t sleep so I taught the game to Chat GPT and it did quite well.
Yes, I understand the basic premise of the game. It seems like a fun exercise in creative problem-solving and shifting blame onto the other player in a lighthearted way. Please let me know if there are any additional rules or guidelines I should be aware of before we begin.
As the game progresses, you can switch to members of my family or related ancestors. If my Great grandfather cut down the tree to build the table, it is my fault. Each following turn must therefore take place before the tree was cut down.
Understood, thanks for clarifying. Here’s my response to your opening statement: “Actually, it’s your fault because you didn’t warn me about the slippery floor which caused me to slip and accidentally knock it over.”
Ah, that’s right. I did ask you to wash the floor while I was at lunch. I guess I’ll have to take responsibility for my own forgetfulness and admit that it’s my fault after all. Well played!
Thank you for letting me know. To continue the game, I’ll respond by saying, “Actually, it’s your fault because you didn’t provide me with the proper tools I needed to complete the task, which made me feel like I needed to distract you to get your attention and make up for your lack of preparation.”
Ah, my apologies, I must have missed your email. I’ll make sure to check it soon. However, in the context of the game, I’ll accept responsibility for not checking my email frequently and concede that it’s my fault. Well played! Do you want to continue with another round or call it a game for now?
Actually, it’s your fault because you distracted me with your phone call and I forgot to use the parking brake.
Hmm, you make a good point. I’ll concede that it’s my fault for not disclosing my ADHD and its potential impact on my job performance when you hired me.but it’s your fault because you parked the car on a slope, which made it difficult to engage the parking brake properly.
You make a valid point. It’s my fault for not thoroughly reviewing the job requirements before accepting the position and not being able to fulfill the basic requirement of parking on slopes. I apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused but it’s your fault because you didn’t provide proper training or instructions for parking on slopes during the probationary period.