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Cards Against Humanity

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Games have always been popular and this one Cards Against Humanity is a best seller this year. Billed as not suitable for children under 14 the game is described as a party game for horrible people and very different to the party games that you’ve ever played. I like different but when they say that Cards Against Humanity is as despicable and awkward as you and your friends I’m a bit flabbergasted. I might be awkward sometimes but I’ve hardly ever been called despicable, nor have my real friends (not facebook pals) as far as I know.


  • 550 cards (460 White cards and 90 Black cards
  • Professionally printed on premium playing cards
  • Includes game rules and alternate rules
  • Adapted from the American edition to suit your outmoded culture (cheeky beggars)
  • Best played by the more the merrier

Playing The Game

Playing Cards Against Humanity is easy enough. Every round a player asks a question from their Black Card, and everyone else answers with their funniest White Card and everybody rolls about the floor laughing.

Apparently the questions are very rude and centre around films, religion, general culture, politics and celebrities. There are expansion packs available for those who love the game and want more.


About £25 for the game and £10 for each expansion pack.

What Customers Say:

Surprisingly good feedback considering the nature of the game. Amazon buyers are averaging a high 4.8 out of 5 stars. One buyer said “This game is an abomination that left me and my friends unable to look each other in the eyes“, another said that it was the funniest game yet. Most loved the game but some didn’t they found it in bad taste, but humour is subjective.

My opinion:

Not something that I’d go out of my way to buy, but I’ve no doubt that I would have fun and join in at a party. My main concern would be not offending anybody with my answers. For more details click here.

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