How the Photo Approval Process at BGG Works

This photo I took of Matt to document our epic You Can’t Check Me game was deemed “irrelevant” as it apparently did not contain enough game-related content to merit inclusion in the BGG database:

This, however, is a photo that not only gets into the database, but gets, at this count, 187 “thumbs” from people expressing approval of it:

You can click on that image to see the incredibly classy remarks being made regarding it.

What’s the lesson here? Matt needs to dye his hair and shave his armpits.

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4 Responses to How the Photo Approval Process at BGG Works

  1. David Thiel says:

    The thing is that this doesn’t need to be a zero-sum game. I think we can all agree that both hot girls and nerdy guys are worthy of approval!

  2. Mattwran says:

    Hear hear! . . . wait . . . what? “Nerdy” guys? Humpf. I clearly had just hit a 3-pointer so that’s have some more respect, buster.

  3. MichaelD says:

    “Hot chick” isn’t really even all that hot, so I have to assume the thumbs-up are driven by her gaming. Let’s photoshop in a laptop running linux and REALLY drive her ratings through the roof!

  4. Brady says:

    I beg to differ, MichaelD. Hot chick is seriously super-hot.