Cards Against Humanity has become one of the most popular party games around – because who doesn’t like permission to be dirty and inappropriate while drinking with one’s friends?
Most of us, to this point, have avoided playing the game with our families, especially our kids, because, well, those are things we definitely don’t want to do with them in the room.
What if we could take the funny, gross parts of the game, though, and leave all of the innuendo and racism out?
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It turns out that the makers of the game think we might like that very much, and if you’d like to try it with your family, now you can – and for free, no less.
“Cards Against Humanity: Family Edition” is a new fill-in-the-blank comedy game that’s just like Cards Against Humanity, but it’s written for kids and adults to play together,” said the company in a post. “We’ve been working on it for over a year in consultation with child development experts and psychologists. Our plan was to surprise everyone with this in the fall, but we know a lot of families need something to do right now.”
The family-friendly edition is available to download and print for free, and it’s labeled as good for players age 8 and up. There are words like “crap” and “boobies” included, plus around 600 poop jokes that will delight kids from 8 to 80.
All of the cards tested well in the rounds of development, with cards like “stuff my underwear with pancakes” and “putting my butt on stuff” winning the hearts of families everywhere.
The terms to download the game include promising to “stay at home unless absolutely necessary…even if our dumb butthole president tells us to do something stupid.”
So, there you go. Enjoy – Cards Against Humanity wants to do good, so let’s take it and run.
Family game night just got a lot more giggle-worthy.