Saturday, January 05, 2008


UNO Advice

Don't play UNO when feeling tired. It's guaranteed to be one of those rounds that last way beyond bedtime with reversal and skip cards flying, and your youngest with too many cards for an octopus to hold. The older kid wants to stop, but not the others. An arguement. Then whining. More arguing and then crying. Finally, with one card left, you yell UNO and your kids think you cheated just to finish the game. Is it possible to cheat at UNO? HINT: Save a wild card to play last.

Your description of UNO games brought back memories of endless games of UNO in a Queens apartment with two young restless boys. At least sitting down to play UNO meant that they weren't running up and down the hall and causing the man who lived beneath us to come rapping on our door to complain!
Oh dear! We've had an UNO game or two like this!
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