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22 Games That Are Better Than Going Out

Never be BOARD again.

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1. A party game that finally deems it socially acceptable to be, well, a huge smart ass.

This game asks who, what, and where questions. How do you win? By being the first person to blurt out the answer — no hand raising required!

Get it on Amazon for $17.99.

2. Exploding Kittens is a form of Russian roulette. Except with kittens, laser beams, and magical enchiladas.

Get it from Amazon for $19.99.

3. Adult Hedbanz simply exaggerates the question you ask yourself everyday which is, "what am I?"


4. Guillotine transports you back to 1789, when eating cake was not a good thing and public decapitation was normal.

🎵 Heads will roll, heads will roll, heads will roll... ON THE FLOOR 🎵

There's a row of 12 nobles lined up for the guillotine; each noble is worth a certain amount of points. Use your action cards (cards that let you move heads on the line, take nobles from your opponent, etc.) to capture the most important noggin during your turn. The player with the most points at the end of the game, wins!

Get it from Amazon for $11.24.

5. Bards Dispense Profanity will taketh your party to the next level with sophisticated, philosophical conversations.

"All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely playas."

The "Profanity Judge" draws a yellow card with the beginning of a sentence. The rest of the players submit a white card, filled with Shakespeare quotes, to complete the sentence.

Get it from Uncommon Goods for $19.95.

6. Pie face throws whipped cream at a player. If this isn't comedic gold, I'm not sure what is.,

Each player spins to determine the amount of times they need to turn the handle; you know, the one that controls the whipped cream-covered hand. Earn points when you don't get a dessert topping on your face.

Get it from Amazon for $11.44.

7. This card game lets you pretend to be on Comedy Central Roast. Unfortunately, you don't get to roast Justin Bieber.

Is it too late now to say sorry... to all the friends you're about to roast? Draw a black card with an incomplete sentence about yourself; all other players must then use one of their white cards to most accurately describe you.

Ex) A reality series based on my life would be titled ___. Ex) A naked hobo.

Get it from Amazon for $9.99.


8. Taboo challenges your team to guess what your secret word is — except you can't use descriptions that are too obvious.

If your secret word is pinball, then you can't use the words game, arcade, etc.

Get it from Amazon for $14.92.

9. Drunk Stoned or Stupid is a fun twist on those "Most Likely To Be..." contests you endured in high school.,

In this game, I would probably be voted most likely to "wake up with half a burrito in bed."

Get it from Amazon for $16.

10. In Speak Out, you wear a ridiculous mouthpiece and have your team guess what you're trying to say.

Phrases like "he's my stealthy pet ferret name Garrett."

Get it from Amazon for $18.42.

11. Cards Against Humanity is a "party game for horrible people," AKA anyone who enjoys LMAO-ing.

Get it from Amazon for $25.


13. Loaded Questions is a TMI icebreaker that strengthens friendships, one awkward answer at a time.

Ask questions like, "what is an instant mood killer?" and "what word sounds dirty, but isn't?"

Get it from Amazon for $11.39.

15. Monster Misfits is super similar to UNO; the player with no cards left, wins!

Your objective is to help ghouls like "Booger Ben" try to capture the Iron Throne. Or whatever they need to sit on in order to rule the monster kingdom.

Get it from Amazon for $19.99.


17. A game in which the winner successfully blames other people for their mistakes. Win!

Each player is presented with a crappy situation; they then use another player as a scapegoat, and write down why the situation is their fault.

Get it on Amazon for $9.98.

18. Bar cards that take "Never Have I Ever" to a whole new level.

19. Pictionary brings out the artist in all of us. Some more terrible than others.


20. This card game uses twisted innuendos that will make you say, "That's What She Said."

Get it on Amazon for $24.99.

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