It has been my goal for a while to make a Brain-Flak answer on this question. As of post we are 30 characters away from achieving this (15 are allowed per post). I have developed an answer that will put us at 15 away, but because of the rules on the challenge no one may post twice in a row, so someone else would post the Brain-Flak answer I have been working towards.
While discussing this dilemma in chat it was suggested that I give the answer I developed to someone else to post so that I wouldn't have gone last. However this seems like an intentional subversion of the rules. It is my answer and using other users to get around the rules of the challenge seems might be unfair to users who are new to the site or are not as active in social features of the site like The Nineteenth Byte. It might also set a precedent that might justify using sock accounts to get around the limitation on posting for such challenges. Can another user post an answer I made one an answer chaining question with consecutive answer restrictions?
Not allowing people to answer twice in a row is a pretty common stipulation in answer-chaining questions, so answers should be generalized to all such questions not the specific one I am concerned with.