How to play 'DISH' and keep your kitchen clean.
(Joey made this stupid game up.)
The Game Of ‘DISH’ Rules
To win a game of ‘DISH’ you must have the least amount of points at the end of the game.
The looser of the game must buy the winner a bottle of $10-$15 wine at the end of each game.
Games of dish last in increments of a week at a time.
The game begins and ends at 6 am on Saturday. Honesty and a desire for a cleaner kitchen trump.
If player A walks into kitchen and there are dirty dishes from player B present, player A is to text player B ‘DISH’ and add 1 point to player B’s score.
If player A cleans player B’s dishes, player A is to text player B ‘CLEAN DISH’ and subtract 2 points from their own score.
If either player walks into kitchen and drying rack is full, they can stow all of the clean dishes and text a picture of the empty rack to the opponent. They will then subtract 1 point from their own score.
If player A walks into kitchen and the stove is dirty from the other player, player A will text player B ‘STOVE’ and add 1 points to player B’s score.
If player A clean’s player B’s stove, they are to text player B ‘CLEAN STOVE’ and subtract 2 points from their own score.
If player A walks into kitchen and the Counter is dirty from the other player, player A will text player B COUNTER and add 1 points to player B’s score.
If player A clean’s player B’s counter, they are to text player B ‘CLEAN COUNTER’ and subtract 1 points from their own score.
If player A walks into kitchen and the opposing player has just made a meal and is enjoying it on the premises, but has left any of the above items dirty, player A must text player B ‘GRACE’, initiating a 30 minute grace period before player A can begin giving points to player B on any category. HOWEVER, player A can immediately begin cleaning up the others mess in order to deduct their own points in any category. Only once each section has been cleaned can a player text the other and deduct the appropriate points. (They cannot add points to the opposing player during the grace period.)