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Drunk Stoned or Stupid [A Party Game]
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|Brand||Drunk Stoned or Stupid|
|Age Range (Description)||Adult|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 2.94 x 5 inches; 1.1 Pounds|
|Number of Players||4+|
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- 250 prompt cards to decide who is MOST LIKELY TO...
- This game can get real. Prepare to call out your friends.
- Contains the same cards as the game "WHO'S MOST LIKELY TO..."
- WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW in "Videos for this product" to see how to play!
- For 3+ players and ages 17+
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DRUNK STONED OR STUPID includes 250 cards to decide who in the group is most likely to... "#1 Wake up with half a burrito in bed", "#27 Have 20-minute conversation with Siri" and "#147 Shame people for going to bed". Over 1 million copies sold!
*Disclaimer* DSS games is not liable for any loss of friendships or fights that happen before, during or after playing.
How to play?
Gather 3 or more of your friends who you have incriminating stories about. New friends will work too.
Draw a card
Decide who in the group should be tagged with the card and why.
The judge makes the final call on who gets tagged with the card. First one to 7 cards loses. There are no winners– only losers.
Let the games begin
Complete your collection
Get the party started with the original Drunk Stoned or Stupid party game. But keep the party going when you complete your collection of Drunk Stoned or Stupid expansion packs, with new cards that are more relevant that ever to roast your friends.
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We ended up devolving into a game where we only pulled out cards we liked, read them, and shouted out who we thought represented the card. About 10% of the cards are ridiculous if you are over 30.
It will piss off your friends and family, maybe even a co-worker or two. It might even bring up humiliating memories that you'd rather forget. But take it from me, you definitely don't want to play it around your psycho alcoholic uncle, as it could cause a drunken rage, black eye and a visit from your friendly neighborhood police officer.
Overall, from my personal experience, you're better off playing monopoly.
My only complaint is that I feel this would be hard to replay, since most people tend to play games with the same group of friends. I think this would be a really good game in a college setting or for someone who has several different groups of friends.
We had a great time playing it, but it will be awhile before we break it out again.
By ShawnaG on September 19, 2017
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The instructions give you two options- one way to play with friends you hate, and one to play with friends you like. There are no winners - only losers. The tone for the instructions was great.
What wasn't clear was whether each 'host' in the game was meant to give an opinion before deciding who the card should be given to.
It's an American made game so some of the language or scenarios didn't translate well.
On the whole, it was an enjoyable game but not the tears-of-laughter that I had anticipated. Would suggest playing with a group of six or more.
If you're looking for a few laughs, it's fine. But after a few rounds, you'll get bored with it pretty quick.