Here's the tale. Three brothers who live in different homes with their own families want to pre-order PS3s for their households. GameStop's notices on pre-ordering PS3s say that reservations are limited to one household.
By definition, "household" refers to either a family or a group of otherwise unrelated people who live together under the same roof, so this should be okay, right? These three brothers wait outside their local GameStop, first three in line as well, and pre-order their individual consoles. They also explained to the person taking care of the pre-orders that they lived in different houses, with their driver's licenses as proof.
The next day presents a problem, however. GameStop emails them, saying that they're unable to allow the brothers to order more than one unit.