Ron Rules, as my friends and family call them, are a frame that mostly applies to LetterByLetterWordGames such as Scrabble, Boggle, Upwords, BuyWord?, Anagrams, Quiddler, LetterHead?, AlphaPlayingCards?, and so on. The Golden Ron Rule is just this: Any word played is acceptable if all players agree it’s acceptable. (If your word is rejected, letters go back into your hand.)
When you play a word, if it’s not an ordinary English word, it’s your job to convince the other players to accept it. Good reasons to accept a word include the following:
Have fun with this frame and don’t be too hard-nosed about judging opponents’ words. The player whose word you just rejected may decide to reject your next word out of spite.