a game played in the car, everytime you get into the car
1. By riding in the car you are knowingly agreeing to play the game and therefore required to follow all the rules of the game while playing.
2. All rules are to be followed without resistance.
3. What happens during the game stays in the game and will not be continue or mentioned outside of the game.
4. The game must be played according to the unique variation of the rules for the car ridden in.
5. It is the responsibility of the owner or driver of the car to state the specific rules of the car.
6. Rules must be followed from the point at which they are mentioned. Rules do not have to be followed if they have not been stated. If a rule is stated at the time its occurrence it does not have to be followed until the next occurrence.
7. New rules cannot be created during the game unless agreed upon by all the players in the game.
8. When a player sees a headlight of another car out they may call spadidle.
9. When a player sees a taillight of another car out they may call spadoodle.
10. When spadidle is called the ceiling must be touched.
11. When a spadoodle is called the floor must be stomped.
12. A call is valid if: a) at least one other player hears it called b) the correct action is performed c) the light is in fact out.
13. Out is defined as not shining any light, broken, or missing, not dim.
14. If both headlights or tailights are out then the call is not valid because they could just be off.
15. The validity of a call may be contested as long as the car is in sight.
16. In the case that the call cannot be verified by another player, the caller must be honest about the validity of the call.
17. When spadidle is called all opposing players must remove an article of clothing.
18. When spadoodle is called all opposing players must remove five articles of clothing.
19. When a player is out of clothing (naked) they can be:
done- unable to loose any more, but able to make calls
out- unable to loose anymore and unable to make calls
paying on credit
paying with an alternative payment
20. Players may pay on credit (at any point in the game) if and only if the player who made the call allows it.
21. If a player is paying in credit then they must pay at the beginning of the next game (unless all the players in that game agree on an extension).
22. When paying in credit a player they must strip down to the remaining number of articles of clothing they would have had to strip to had they started over in the game they lost the credit. They must strip down to (the number of articles of clothing they were wearing at the beginning of the game they lost the credit in) - (the number of articles of clothing they owe). Example: If a player is wearing 5 and they loose 7, 2 go to credit. Then at the beginning of the next game they must strip down to 3 articles of clothing, even if they start that game with 10.
23. Alternative payment may be agreed upon between the caller and they player who owes.
24. The game is cumulative until the next sunrise. When reentering a car prior to sunrise each player must remove all articles of clothing lost previously, as well as all articles of clothing added. If a player changes cloths they must strip down to the same number of remaining articles of clothing in the same relative placement.
25. The game may be played individually (every person for themselves) or in teams (gender-based or preset).
26. Teams must be agreed upon by all players.
- Spadadle may be called if a light on the side of a vehicle is out and a window must be touched. Spadadle is worth three articles of clothing.
- Only necessary clothing may be put back on in between car trips (shoes if the ground is harsh or walking is required and enough clothing to legally cover in public places)
- The Jersey Rule: one article of clothing may be used as a blanket once a player is naked. (Optional) the "jersey" can count as a predetermined number of articles of clothing agreed upon by all the players