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- A card game that makes a mockery of one of civilization's most sacred institutions.
- Awful, awkward fun guaranteed* to ruin your wedding.
- 300 cards include 55 questions and 230 answers plus blanks to fill in with your own revolting ideas.
- Professionally printed on laser-cut, casino quality decks in a handsome box that belies its disgusting contents.
- Not safe for work. Please keep out of the reach of children.
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Based on the same basic matching concept of hit party games Apples to Apples (™) and Cards Against Humanity (™), the game is simple to play. One player reads a question card out loud. The other players each submit an answer card. The best answer wins. The results are as hilarious, embarrassing, depraved, and satisfying as marriage itself. (* - Not actually guaranteed to do anything.)
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|Item Dimensions||4 x 4.5 x 2.5 in||4 x 5.75 x 3 in||3.4 x 3.4 x 3.2 in||2.6 x 3.4 x 1.6 in||2.5 x 3.5 x 1.5 in||2.6 x 3.7 x 2.2 in|
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The deck is pretty small (about the size of an CAH expansion pack), but we played with about 6 people through enough rounds that we were finished playing the game before running out of cards. I was planning on mixing these cards into my CAH set that I already have, but I think I'll just keep these separate to play on their own. I'd definitely recommend!
The only real downside is that there are a fairly significant portion of sappy sweet cards that are basically unusable if you have a bunch of snarky friends like I do. We didn't get all the way through the dark cards so maybe there is a way to use them, but as it stood for us, they just wasted space in our hands.
Some of the questions are also written weirdly, so the grammar doesn't work quite right (which bugged my grammar-obsessed friends). Also, they are all written as questions - "What will save their marriage?" I would have preferred the Cards Against Humanity style of using blank spaces on the cards, like "Their marriage was saved by ________". But that's really a personal preference, the game was still playable this way.
Like all new games of this type, we didn't mix the cards when I pulled them out of the box because why would we mix them when we've never seen any of them before? Well, it turns out, the cards are stacked in themes - all the raunchy cards on top and then all the neutral cards and then all the sweet cards. Definitely mix them up first or the game takes on a weird theme evolution.
All in all, it was worth the money and we will definitely play it again.