Giraffes are trying to break into a house, the house that your husband’s in. You need to fight off the giraffes with balloons. Your husband could die otherwise.
“Honey we’re going to be late,” your husband shouts.
“BUT YOU COULD DIE!” you shout back as you continue to play on the toilet.
The game has been sweeping the nation, as has a rash of husband deaths thanks to wives who suck at smart-phone gaming. Millions of husbands across the country are being buried every week, and the census bureau is worried that their most recent numbers are already meaningless.
“That game’s so addictive,“ the census bureau says. "We could see less than 10% of American households with a proper father-figure by 2015, which means crime.”
But you’re not going to let your husband die.
“You quit your job?” he asks.
You shout that you didn’t quit. You just didn’t show up so they fired you. Then a giraffe knocks out the back window of the house and you tell him to talk to you about it later.
“I’m having an affair,” your husband says. “You haven’t been there for me.”
You tell him you’d be happy if he slept with the whole neighborhood, as long as he was alive, as long as it wasn’t you that let him die.
You finally beat the game and your phone automatically downloads Your Husband Could Die Otherwise Rio!
Happy Your Husband Could Die Otherwise Is The Addictive New Game For Smartphones Day!