Crazy Runs in the Family...so why not laugh about it? This laugh-out-loud party game uses bits of comedian Jeff Foxworthy's material that mix and match to create wacky situations that families and friends will love! Read a set up card, and everyone chooses one of their punch line cards to play to complete it. The reader chooses the funniest one. Play this as a game on its own, or add the cards to the original game. For 4 to 12 players, ages 14 years and up.
In Relative Insanity, one player reads a setup card, like 'While walking past my sister's bedroom, I heard her say…' and then other players choose a punch line card to fill in the blank, hoping the reader will pick theirs as the best!
In 5 Second Rule Uncensored it seems easy to name three uses for your tongue, but can you do it in five seconds without getting tongue-tied and flustered?! You gotta dig into the smutty corner of your mind, while everyone's staring at you and waiting to h
Utter Nonsense is a card game where players combine stereotypical accents with outrageous phrases to create sayings that are just plain ridiculous. Utter Nonsense Naughty Edition takes this game to the next NSFW 18+ level!
Chrono Bomb is a super secret spy mission game where kids use the included clamps and the 27.5" string to create a "laser" field to crawl through. At the end of the maze is the bomb, counting down... tick, tick, tick!
Who knew yeties liked spaghetti? In Yeti in My Spaghetti, the noodles are laid across the bowl and the yeti is just sitting there on the noodles... but as you remove the noodles one by one, the yeti could fall into the bowl, and that would mean you lose!
With only five seconds to come up with three answers, you don't have time to think about what's right and wrong. With the 5 Second Rule Board Game you'll just have to spit it out and hope for the best.
From the makers of the famous "the Game of Things" comes Nasty Things. In this hilariously nasty game, you read one of the gross, dirty, offensive, sexy, outrageous, whacked, HILARIOUS topic cards and then write down your response.
Laughter is what it's all about in The Game of Things. In each round, players write a ridiculous answer to a topic such as "Things you would like to ask a psychic", then everyone tries to guess who wrote which answer!