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TABLETOPICS Not Your Mom's Dinner Party: Questions to Start Great Conversations
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- With more than 2 million copies sold, TableTopics are the #1 best-selling conversation starters
- These provocative conversation starters will spice up the conversation and get you and your closest friends laughing the night away
- Questions are a little bit racy and a whole lot of fun
- Makes an entertaining hostess gift
- Strictly for adults, 135 questions in a beautiful 4 inch acrylic cube
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There's the kind of dinner party that your mom would throw and then there's YOUR kind of dinner party. These fun, provocative conversation topics are guaranteed to launch conversations as spicy as the food you serve. Sample Questions: Which email do you most regret sending? Boxers or briefs or nothing at all? What's your guiltiest pleasure? Have you ever “drunk dialed" someone?
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Beyond that, the topics weren't in the slightest bit racy. Not sure whose idea of racy it is to ask about politics or actors or, well, any of the cards. The most titillating card asked, "what alcohol can you never drink again", for example. Sure, everyone could share their favorite drunk college story, but the conversation flags pretty fast after that. (And no, I didn't forget punctuation. That cards don't use punctuation or capitalization. No idea how this is supposed to enhance the experience.)
When we tried them at dinner, my fiance and I ended up reading through the stack to find a decent question (every sixth or seventh one was worth trying). And that wine tasting party? Even with freely-flowing alcohol, people literally *yawned* after two or three questions. We did better when people started joking about other games they'd played like this and made up their own questions. Definitely not recommended.
I suppose that is the relative theme of this deck, but it is self defeating.
If you are looking for a game that might be a little "risque" for a group of adults- SAVE YOUR MONEY and look elswhere, because regardless of what the game is called, this actually IS your mom's dinner party...this could even be your grandmother's dinner party to be quite honest. I probably skipped more than half of the questions because they were boring. My opinion is the game is way overpriced at $25- it should actually be better suited in the $15 range. I was disappointed and would like to return it, but that's probably unlikely now.