A Card Game To Overhaul Those Boring Dinner Parties

This is anything but your younger cousin’s game of Apples to Apples. For one thing, the instructions state that players should be 17 or older—and for good reason. Cards Against Humanity can only be described as hilariously offensive (tagline: “The party game for horrible people”), and is known to inspire laughing fits, squirmy discomfort, or stretches of stunned silence. This simple game is… read more

This is anything but your younger cousin’s game of Apples to Apples. For one thing, the instructions state that players should be 17 or older—and for good reason. Cards Against Humanity can only be described as hilariously offensive (tagline: “The party game for horrible people”), and is known to inspire laughing fits, squirmy discomfort, or stretches of stunned silence. This simple game is an effective way to break the ice and discover a participant’s true sense of humor (or lack thereof). Pairs well with a strong drink and a group of friends. Not recommended for family reunions.