Desperate English Housewife in Washington, chapter 557

Cards Against Humanity

Last night I played my virgin game of Cards Against Humanity. This American game is the crack of after-dinner card games. I am addicted after just one session.

So, what is this?

Cards Against Humanity is a party game for ‘horrible people’. Unlike most of the party games you’ve played before, Cards Against Humanity is as despicable and awkward as you and your friends.

The game is simple. Each round, one player asks a question from a black card, and everyone else answers with their funniest white card. Do not read the examples below if you ever get mortally offended by anything…..

Examples are:

An example of the game :)

An example of the game πŸ™‚

Oh there are far worse ones than these!

Oh there are far worse ones than these!

Anyway, there is now a British version of Cards Against Humanity. So the dilemma is: do I get the British version or the American version? I think the American version might be slightly superior because it’s the original and very raw and just basically funny, but there are some names of people on the cards that I like: ‘Who? Never heard of them?!’ But the British one might resonate more with my chums for when I return back home and play it endlessly with them after dinner…..

What’s your verdict, dear readers: British or American?

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One Response to Desperate English Housewife in Washington, chapter 557

  1. ThatOtherGuy says:

    Why not both? Keep the American version as a souvenir of your time here.

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