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Battle of the Sexes 2nd Edition Board Game


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  • Internationally acclaimed board game that puts men against women in hilarious competition
  • Test your knowledge of the opposite sex with gender based questions
  • Spice things up with wild cards
  • Updated new questions from our first edition
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.2 x 10.7 x 15.6 inches ; 2.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA or Imported
  • ASIN: B000EMJALE
  • Item model number: 1923
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 14 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #84,489 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Battle of th Sexes 2nd Edition: Get ready for the 2nd edition of Battle of the Sexes, the internationally-acclaimed board game that pits men against women in hilarious competition. Play the game that's all about defending your gender and finding out, once

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Find out once and for all which is the superior sex.

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Customer Reviews

The questions were ridiculous.
UD
If I were anyone looking to get a good party game, I certainly wouldn't put my money out to get this again.
Irishgal76
The game takes FOREVER and doesn't play fair at all.
Junk Finder

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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Savvy Mama on October 24, 2006
We play this with groups of couples and it is a blast!! It is funny to see just how much you know about the opposite sex! Summary of the game: the object is to get your two pieces from one side of the board to the other by answering questions that are partial to the opposite sex. For example, the men's card may ask "how many bolts are on a tire" and the women will have to answer. One of the questions on the women's card is "What does DKNY stand for" and the men have to answer this one. There are three questions on each card of increasing difficulty, and you can ask them in any order.

Lots of fun!!
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Irishgal76 on November 25, 2006
I consider myself to be a fairly intelligent individual, and growing up in a family where a Saturday was spent working on the classic car in the garage, or watching football on Sunday, as a female, I know a lot of male stuff. Even I couldn't answer hardly ANY of the "male" questions, since in this game, men answer questions about womanly stuff, and women answer questions about manly stuff. We have played it twice now, and even though the men's team has always had 1 male more in touch with his female side than most, the women have always gotten our butts kicked. It is so one sided it's not even funny. Even the men were saying, it's not even fun since the game lasts basically 10 minutes. One of the men said he even had to think twice about some of the "male" questions. If I were anyone looking to get a good party game, I certainly wouldn't put my money out to get this again.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Colleen Shimkoski on December 15, 2006
I've played this game with large groups as well as

just one other couple. I've never noticed any side

winning more than the other.

After playing at a friends house, I had to go out

and get my own. I've played it numerous times and

with various groups of family and friends. It's

a sure bet for laughs.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By SuperMom on February 24, 2008
This is a very poorly designed game, and the questions that the men receive are much easier than the questions for women. For instance, the men will get a "true or false" question which means they have a 50% chance of getting it right even if they don't know the answer, whereas the women will get a question that asks them to name three out of four components of an item. After playing it once at a party, we played it a second time having both sides use the questions for women. Guess what? The men struggled as much as the women. My suggestion is to buy Trivial Pursuit if you're wanting to play a trivia game, and stay away from this dog.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By DynomiteWins VINE VOICE on June 1, 2008
We were really excited to play this game with a large group of men and women but we all quit about half way through. The questions about women were incredibly stereotypical and the questions about men were obscure. This is the only game I own which I wish I had not spent the money on.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By UD on December 9, 2007
I agree with the 2-3 star ratings. The questions were ridiculous. Questions for the men were about today's pop culture and the women were asked about SPECIFIC things about science, history, sports, tools, etc. There were even questions with mistakes in them! Now I can take a joke, but after playing this game, I was more insulted that the makers of this game think these are the only things women are knowledgeable about and think are important.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By LAH on May 14, 2007
I thought this game would be a lot of fun. One of our local radio stations play it by having one female caller and one male caller answer the questions. If one of the players can't answer a particular question, it reverts to the other player. With the board game it seemed like I was playing trivial pursuit. So many of the questions that the men ask the women are current events related. I was expecting questions about cars and tools and general handyman questions. All we were getting were questions concerning old current events. We got only one sports related question and one question about a screwdriver. We've played the game twice already. The questions we asked the men were "what is a scruncie", "what are lowlights" "whats the name of Jlo's perfume" Some questions listed different tea names and the men had to guess what they were. One question for the men even asked what pillar, taper, votive and tealights were. They were able to answer them with no problems. I agree with another review that said the game seemed one sided. Even the men I played with agreed that they coulnd't answer a lot of the questions the women had to answer. In short, the game has way too many current events questions, which is not what I expected. It became more frustrating then fun. We did get very excited, however, when we got a questions right, which wasn't often, but both times the men kicked our butts. We opted to play the short version, because the long version would have taken all night. I am by no means a simple minded person, I just think the game would be more entertaining if they stuck to just asking men related and women related questions and forget the history questions.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Sharman L. Beltran on February 6, 2011
In my neighborhood, we get together 2 - 3 times monthly for a game night. We play with people ranging from 12 - 45 years old. The kinds of games we love are Scattergories, Taboo, Guesstures, Smart A**, Sort It Out, Catch 22, Uno, card games, etc. I am usually the supplier of all the board games, since I am kind of obsessed with them and have probably well over 100 games. My husband and I decided to try this game out ahead of the game night because it's difficult to figure out how to play a new game with a house full of people and kids (chaos). Good thing! Within 5 minutes we decided that we really hated this game. The answers to probably 80% of the questions are incredibly obscure (almost no one, man or woman, would be able to answer them) or either really, really easy. (BTW, both my husband and I are college-educated and not dumb people.) Our reaction after playing for only a few minutes was that we disliked this game intensely, so intensely, in fact, that we both agreed immediately to put this game into the Goodwill pile so as not to subject our friends to a game that we know couldn't possibly provide any fun or entertainment to any of them on our cherished game nights. BTW, I got this game on clearance for less than ten smackers and it was perhaps the worst ten smackers I have ever spent. There are TONS of better games out there. If I were you, I would only give this a try if it was free. Maybe not even then.
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