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Rule Number Six

noun; zero derivation
1. Any rule which may or may not be stated, but nonetheless will not be followed During “The Reading of the Rules,” at the beginning of Baker 13, the captain shouts out rule numbers and the runners reply as to what those rules are. The reply to, “RULE NUMBER SIX,” is “THERE IS NO RULE NUMBER SIX!” I have started using rule number six to mean any rule which I am not sure exists or not, but regardless I won’t follow.
 
THERE IS NO RULE NUMBER SIX!
Etymology : From English rule, number and six . . .
Source : Baker 13 Runners
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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