“Learn to light a candle in the darkest moments of someone’s life. Be the light that helps others see; it is what gives life its deepest significance.” – Roy T. Bennet

The Rules of Disownment

The Rules of Disownment

To disown someone is to disacknowledge the fact that they exist.

1.Say “I disown you!” to the one you wish to be disowned in order to disown them. Speaking their name after those three words, for e.g, “I disown you, Peter!” causes the disownment to be more affective.

2.You are only able to disown a person three times, and, after that, the said person is no longer visible to you.

3.You must not speak to [this person] or otherwise engage in any sort of happiness. They aren’t
there.

4.To take back a disownment, one must beg forgiveness from the disowned, after which they shall be free from the bonds of the human word. Of course, you are allowed to disown them again if they do not “behave”.

5.Never disown a wounded man or woman, even if they have wronged you severely. The only exception to this rule is if they have wronged you, and you were the one to give them the wound. You are then allowed to disown them three times in order to finish them off.

6.Disowning a person without them having wronged you will result in the disownment being redirected toward you. Doing this three times will result in you no longer existing. May you be forewarned.

Disowning is a dangerous game. Only those skilled enough and/or knowledgeable enough should participate.

 

 

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Comments on: "The Rules of Disownment" (2)

  1. what the heck

  2. Very creative!

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