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This is based on a game that I played in real life with friends.

Basically the goal is to count to 200, but a catch:

Example 1

A: One.

B: Two.

C: *clap* (<-- replacing

Example 2

A: Forty seven.

B: 48.

C: *Clap* (<- 4

D: Fifty.

Example 3, when the counting enters thirties

A: 128.

B: *Clap* (12

C: *Clap* (1

D: *Clap* (1

E: *Clap* (1

F: *clap clap* (1

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I'll start by saying

Basically the goal is to count to 200, but a catch:

**For numbers that have 3, 6, or 9 in their digits (etc. 6, 13, 19, 56, 131, 169), they CANNOT be mentioned.**

Instead, the person claps for the number of times 3, 6, or 9 appears in the digits of the number that the person is supposed to say.

Do not include the number in the post, so that the next person has to figure out what number will have to be posted next.

If someone makes a mistake (no editing please! ), the next person starts the count again from One.

Hence be careful when the counting enters the thirties, sixties or nineties.Instead, the person claps for the number of times 3, 6, or 9 appears in the digits of the number that the person is supposed to say.

Do not include the number in the post, so that the next person has to figure out what number will have to be posted next.

If someone makes a mistake (no editing please! ), the next person starts the count again from One.

Hence be careful when the counting enters the thirties, sixties or nineties.

Example 1

A: One.

B: Two.

C: *clap* (<-- replacing

**3**)Example 2

A: Forty seven.

B: 48.

C: *Clap* (<- 4

**9**)D: Fifty.

Example 3, when the counting enters thirties

A: 128.

B: *Clap* (12

**9**)C: *Clap* (1

**3**0)D: *Clap* (1

**3**1)E: *Clap* (1

**3**2)F: *clap clap* (1

**33**)*For numbers that do not have 3, 6, or 9 in their digits, feel free to post either in the Arabic number or in English.*

(Ex. Saying '42' or 'forty-two', they are both acceptable.)(Ex. Saying '42' or 'forty-two', they are both acceptable.)

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I'll start by saying

**One**.