"The game of Chicken, also known as the Hawk-Dove or Snowdrift game, is an influential model of conflict for two players in game theory. The principle of the game is that while each player prefers not to yield to the other, the outcome where neither player yields is the worst possible one for both players.
The name "Chicken" has its origins in a game in which two drivers drive towards each other on a collision course: one must swerve, or both may die in the crash, but if one driver swerves and the other does not, the one who swerved will be called a "chicken," meaning a coward; this terminology is most prevalent in political science and economics."
Picked out of a garbage can last week at Six Flags:
Contract terms: Upon performing osculation with Miss Elizabeth, Mr. agrees to forfeit all rights to deny Miss Elizabeth a rose during any and all rose ceremonies. Additionally Mr. Pavelka agrees to forfeit all rights to kiss any other woman, ever.
Glad he could see through her mind games and send her packing.
Tonight's award goes to Jake, master Chicken player.
Quote of the night: "I had no clue!" -Michelle, on being asked to leave after she announced her impending departure.
Unedited Quote of the night: "I had no clue... he was so good at chicken!" -Michelle, on being asked to leave after she announced her impending departure.
Me Likey: Adorable Ali, and Heart of Gold Ella, of course. Also, never thought I'd say it, but, Bricks for Brains, Tenley. At least one girl's moral compass is still intact...
Me No Likey: Alleged Female Vienna, and Kathryn (The chick that looks like Carrie Underwood) for sheer lack of originality during comedy routines.