This week, a package arrived, addressed to a person who no longer lives at this address. One of my housemates opened the envelope to see what was inside. It was a brand spanking new copy of CoD:MW3, PS3 version. Now, no one living here has a PS3 (afaik) so it's probably best to return it and let the retailer know the person has moved.
Or maybe not.
I was thinking what I could do with a copy of MW3 and the identity of a person without a copy of MW3. This provides... an opportunity. It's way, way too easy to just toss it out and spare some poor sod from a railroaded explosionfest. So I was thinking, why don't I play a little prank?
In this networked day and age it's trivially easy to contact a person whose name you already know. The name on this package might receive a social network message, saying that someone has received the game that was intended for them. The message would kindly offer to mail the package directly to them. If this goes through, this person could receive their boxed copy of MW3 in their proper mailbox. Upon opening the box, they may discover, instead of a PS3 DVD, a burned copy of To The Moon.
Now, it would be pointlessly mean to omit the MW3 disc entirely. They paid a lot of money for it, after all. So naturally there would be a way to receive the original disc containing Modern Warfare.
All this requires is answering a simple question: What is the meaning of the blue and yellow origami rabbit?