Whysoserious.com/Operator

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The game

On July 1, 2008 at 9am Pacific time, participants with cell phones receive the following message:

Wake up, clown! You have *one hour* to reply to be a part of today's fun. /operator

This leads to Whysoserious.com/Operator, which is a site featuring a dimly-lit stage with five switches wired around. The switches contain a sign - "Waiting for Relay." On the stage are five small metal weights attached to chains suspended from the ceiling. There is also a submission field on the bottom of the page, but it is inactive.


Start

Upon replying to the original phone message via a text, the following response is received by cell phone participants:

Good. Do not reply again. I'll be in touch....

Once the hour deadline was up, cell phone participants who responded received the following text messages in order:

Work together, clowns. Your code-word: XXXXXXXX. Your partner: XXX-XXX-XXXX. Do NOT call until told to. Do not publicize this number.


Wait for a call - you will receive one or more code words. Relay these words to your partner.


You're the first in the chain. Call your partner and relay your code-word NOW.


Currently, it seems as if the game involves only participants with cell phones. One is supposed to start a chain as in the game "Operator," calling a partner and relaying additional code words.

Code words

The following are examples of code words that the participants have received.

banana
billboards
ornament

million
hospital
helium

Revealed Words

For each completed relay, a new word is revealed in place of the chained weights. We have revealed: -Smoke- -Fire- -Pilot- -Fun- -Slaughter-

Solution

All five revealed words have "-house" in common."

Submitting "house" in the field leads to Whysoserious.com/Punkdrop


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