So this is a game. It’s different from anything I’ve ever posted on my blog before. And I want your take on it. I request all of you to post comments. In this blog post, your opinion matters, not just my thoughts. So here it goes:
Picture a tennis game. It involves 2 players. Player A and player B. the rules of the game are that the players are not really supposed to play a conventional game. Their main objective would be to put up a show for the audience, wherein they are expected to display great tennis playing skills and enthrall the audience. For which both player A and player B will be rewarded. But in any case, should they fail to ‘complete’ the tennis match, they shall both be deemed losers.
So, player A invites player B for this interesting game of tennis, and starts the game in front of a huge audience. Player A serves first. Player B almost misses the shot but manages to return the ball in an amazing display of skill. When the ball goes back to player A, player A pretends player B hasn’t actually returned the ball but a bomb instead (like in Tom and Jerry cartoons where Jerry returns a bomb to Tom instead of the ball and the bomb explodes leaving Tom with the tennis racket around his neck). But player B had indeed returned the ball and not a bomb. Player A runs away from the tennis court and the stadium. Leaving player B in the middle of the tennis court and both of them lose the prize money. A couple of months later, player A invites player B for this interesting game again and does the same. Player B is obviously disappointed and feels betrayed but is still interested in completing the game once. So the question this brings to one’s mind is:
1. What must player B do to player A when they meet next?
2. How is player A expected to react?
So this is what I need from you: your answers.
I’m requesting this time. I’m not putting my state of mind. Just a random thought, though it does resemble the situation between India and Pakistan to some extent. But then, it happens in normal life as well.