We all know when it comes to the card game UNO, it brings the worst out of everyone.
There's no such thing as one rule when it comes to UNO although the game's box does come with a pamphlet of instructions. But we have to admit the rules for this card game is different everywhere, be it at your best friend's house or at Sir Rod Stewart's.
Trevor Noah, the host of The Daily Show, shared that the makers have clarified a yet another shocking rule. So apparently, you cannot stack up draw 2's. That means the next person has to pick up 2 cards even if they have a draw 2 card with them.
"The maker of the card game UNO has come out officially and clarified that you cannot play a draw 2 (+2 card ) on top of another draw 2 to make the next person draw 4" Trevor said.
The crowd can be heard in an uproar after Trevor stated the official update.
"They said draw 2, you take the draw 2, that's it!" he exclaims.
He then agrees with the crowd who seem to not agree with the creator's recent clarification.
"I agree with you. I mean who makes these rules?" Trevor said.
"Forget UNO, I think that works. Monopoly needs prison reform" Trevor adds.
This video has been watched 12.7 million times and UNO has also left a comment under the video.
UNO responded: "in life only three things are certain: the skip card, the reverse card and playing by your house rules. 🏡"
One viewer defined UNO's rules as "the rules are whatever you can convince everyone else around the table" which we think is accurate.
Another viewer wrote "stacking +2s is like the most fun part of the game, especially when it circles back around to the original player" which we completely agree to.