Zuckerberg's older brother obsessed with board game idea

42-YEAR-OLD Brian Zuckerberg, who still lives at home, thinks he has a really good idea for a board game.

As his younger brother Mark’s company hits the one billion user mark, part-time cafe worker Brian’s decades-long belief in his game ‘Twisto’ remains undaunted.

Brian said: “Twisto is a fast-paced, innovative board game where players use colourful counters to race to the purple hexagon or ‘base’ in the middle of the board.

“What’s really unique about Twisto is that no two games are ever the same, because the board is made of circular bits that spin around. Hence the name ‘Twisto’.

“It comes with free dice, and here’s an example drawing of the box art done by my friend who is a professional graphic designer.”

While his younger brother was establishing the most influential website in the history of humanity, Brian has been sporadically doing minimum wage catering work while mainly focusing on Twisto.

He said: “Everyone loves Twisto. My only worry is how we keep up supply, once it inevitably hits the market.”

Brian’s friend Tom Booker said: “It’s good but…I don’t know. Maybe the name sounds too much like Twister?”

Brian replied: “That’s interesting, because I’ve got some advice for you. Get fucked – just get fucked.

“I don’t need you, I don’t need anyone!”



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New CCTV sees the evil in your soul

SURVEILLANCE cameras can now detect whether you are good or evil, it has emerged.

The revolutionary devices show a person’s aura, and categorise them as either Blessed, Melancholy or Accursed, with the latter two groups being rounded up.

A police spokesman said: “The more purple someone looks, the viler they are. Of course no one is pure evil, but if someone’s mostly bad it’s best to stick them in a pen.”

The cameras, which run on a blend of electricity and mistletoe, are calibrated by showing them pictures of dolphins (good) and The Black Eyed Peas (evil).

A high street pilot scheme in Chelmsford saw confirmed bad people herded into a cage outside Boots.

Detained 23-year-old Wayne Hayes said: “I was actually thinking about writing ‘Pig wankers’ on a wall when I was filmed so yes, there appears to be something in it.”

Tennis instructor and confirmed moral citizen Francesca Johnson said: “I always knew I was better than most people round here. It’s nice to have that made official.”

Another test on King’s Road in Chelsea was abandoned due to a complete absence of good people.