a surrealist game in which the players take turns writing what is "wrong" with a picture, typically a photograph reproduced in a mass-circulation magazine. The answers are usually generated automatically. This game is apparently inspired by:
a game often found in children's magazines or books in which a picture of an otherwise "normal" scene contains some unusual elements not typically found in that setting, or in reality. For example, the picture could be of a school bus, with "wrong" elements including one window containing a fishbowl instead of a child's head and bus wheels of donuts or pizza. The viewer is challenged to identify the full list of "wrong" things.