One-Sided Dice

Dice

A designer of role playing games in Idaho has invented the world's first one-sided dice, especially for fatalists.

No matter how many times you throw it, it always comes up with the same result in accordance with the theory that all events in the universe are predetermined.

He has also developed a dice with an infinite number of sides, for those people who prefer to believe that all possible outcomes are played out amongst an infinite number of universes.

Currently he is working hard to construct a purely metaphysical idea of a dice, so that God can play dice with the universe.

If you can think of any other sort of dice that our man in Idaho could invent, and you'd like to take part in stretching a rather weak and frankly disappointing joke way beyond its natural comedy threshold, then send your suggestions to:

The Man who hangs around outside the betting shop asking for spare change
Hello Sailor
Portsmouth
United Kingdom PLC (A division of IKEA)

 

 

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