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Kaiser, Koenig, Edelmann, Buerger, Bauer, Bettelmann

Kaiser, Koenig, Edelmann, Buerger, Bauer, Bettelmann is an old game played when eating together. The less human beings eat together, the higher the rank. The problem behind it is the philosophy. We used to play it when we were small, and all children do. It's not so easy to explain, why the Kaiser directs the participants. In any case, the one, who knows, he or she would finish eating first, is Kaiser and rules the meal. The second finished is king. The third the noble, the fourth bourgeois, the fifth farmer, the sixth the beggar. Some human beings never understand this game. When we were babies, we learned to rule with this game. Of course, the one most ruled is the weakest and defenseless, and loses the game. Interpretations are endless ...

JoniJack

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