If you’ve ever played the frustrating card game, then you probably know that Uno can get pretty damn wild. For those of you who are unfamiliar, the American game was invented in beautiful Reading Ohio, in 1971. The goal of the game is to be the first player to reach 500, which is achieved by discarding all of your cards and counting up the ones held by your opponents, who are usually family or friends that feel pretty unhappy about the game’s result.
Like Monopoly, the game of Uno has probably caused some serious rifts between loved ones, and at the very least, thousands of temper tantrums. We’d wager it’s ended marriages and friendships, but maybe humanity is more mature than we thought. Either way, the game gets people riled up in a big way, to the point where honestly I avoid it. Despite the rage that Uno inspires in people, it’s got a whole lot of devotees. One of them, who goes by @ITOXIK on Twitter, announced that «the day the casino gets an uno table is the day I’ll start gambling.»