There are some things in life that we just don’t want to believe are true. Even if they are hard facts. Like Jon Snow abandoning his direwolf Ghost without so much as a pat. The end of the road for our favourite Avenger in Endgame. And the fact that stacking ‘Draw cards’ is not allowed in our favourite game UNO.
Yes, UNO has made it official with this tweet. If a player plays a Draw 2 or Draw 4, then the next person’s turn is skipped.
— UNO (@realUNOgame) May 4, 2019
All this time, we were playing Draw 4 on Draw 4 so that the next player picks up 8 cards. Our whole life has been a lie! If you’re still wondering and trying to come up with combinations of Draw cards that can be put down successively, let us burst your bubble.
We’ve been wrong the whole time!
No, you cannot stack cards.
— UNO (@realUNOgame) May 6, 2019
Needless to say, the announcement was met with a lot of resistance from the internet. They were having none of it and didn’t hesitate to say so.
Listen just make the cards, let us do the playing
— Jimbo (@Jimbrowskee) May 5, 2019
— lily🕊 (@DlREWOLF) May 5, 2019
I’m just gonna ask y’all to delete this because there is nothing better than seeing somebody draw 20
— Ladarius Green (@king_green89) May 7, 2019
— The Don Jj (@thedonjj) May 6, 2019
Nice try, @realUNOgame ,but you don't tell me how to play my Uno
— Kirby Tan (@curvytan) May 7, 2019
This isn’t the first time UNO has caused a stir with its rules. Earlier, they declared that a game can, in fact, be completed with an action card and it took everyone by surprise.