If someone is driving an automobile other than its owner and the owner becomes a passenger, then the owner automatically gets Shotgun. When applied, this rule shows respect to the owner of the car. 3.6.1 The owner of the vehicle must be able to carry out the responsibilities of Shotgun to retain Shotgun privileges. No [...]
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Multiple calls or duplicate calls must be settled by playing a quick game of Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock. Multiple calls are a rare exception where more than one person may have rightfully called Shotgun. This happens when multiple groups of people are meeting at a car and both groups had someone claim Shotgun or two [...]
If someone is driving an automobile other than its owner and the owner becomes a passenger, then the owner automatically gets Shotgun. When applied, this rule shows respect to the owner of the car SO's relationship must be public to all other passengers in the vehicle to automatically receive this privilege. SO's include but are [...]
If one of the riders of an automobile is extremely tall, and you have a small vehicle, your group of friends should consider granting that rider special Shotgun privileges. God has given this person a genetic gift/curse and forcing him in the back of a Subaru Justy or Mini Cooper could upset our world's karmic [...]
You need a ride and the latest ride-sharing app is just a thumb away. Basically, you are just a bougie hitchhiker. Hitchhikers cannot call Shotgun. They should be happy just to have a ride, and calling Shotgun in this situation is disrespectful. 3.2.1 There are scenarios in which a driver might prefer for their new [...]
Mom automatically gets shotgun, period. If you make your mom sit in the back seat, you are an evil person. 3.1.1 The oldest generation mother to the driver has first rights to Shotgun. Example: Great Grandma of the driver, gets Shotgun before Grandma. 3.1.2 The driver's mother gets shotgun, followed by the next alternate passenger's mother. 3.1.3 [...]
Because Shotgun is a living entity and is constantly evolving for the greater benefit of mankind, new rules need to be created regularly. Anyone is welcome to implement their own rule if the situation arises. New rules often need to be created following a major discrepancy. The important thing to remember about this process is [...]
Shotgun may not be secured through any digital form, such as text message, email, Twitter, Whatsapp, Facebook Messenger, Google Chat, IRC, AOL, or any other digital medium. You may not use any app to call shotgun. A shotgun caller must be present with the driver to call Shotgun. In cases where riders are picked up by [...]
If a discrepancy occurs (and they commonly do) over who rightfully gets Shotgun, it shall be settled with a single game of Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock. A common application of this procedure takes place after two people call Shotgun at the exact same time.
If the current Shotgunner chooses to remain in the automobile while the other passengers accomplish a deed that takes a limited amount of time (less than 3 minutes), they may retain full rights to Shotgun. Often times not everyone needs to go inside when completing menial Deeds. Examples: Running to the ATM or dropping off a package. 2.15.1 [...]