Sad But True


Cards Against Humanity is a pretty fun game; we occasionally play it as a drinking game and require that the players do a dramatic reading of their play. Sometimes I do mine in a Gollum voice, Preciouss…

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  1. Siobhan says

    CAH is pretty hit or miss. All my filthy ess jay double yoo friends take potshots at institutions and oppressive behaviours, but the cards can easily be played to punch down instead–and this is indeed what happens occasionally when we take risks and invite an unknown into the game.

  2. says

    Shiv@#1:
    Hm, I am thinking the game might be plenty fun just as a way of making political memes.

    my filthy ess jay double yoo friends
    (wrinkles forehead and spells that out on his fingers)

  3. Dunc says

    All my filthy ess jay double yoo

    I believe it’s pronounced “ess-Jew” – as in “suspected Jew”.

  4. Timberwoof says

    House rules where I play are that each player gets to speak their resulting sentence. This is much more entertaining than the presenter reading the cards silently. We’re also tuned into each others’ senses of humor, so we can often craft responses based on who’s asking. We are unafraid to introduce an answer with, “I’m going to hell for this.”

  5. says

    Timberwoof@#7:
    “I’m going to hell for this.”

    That could be a separate scoring stack! Who was funniest, and who goes to hell.
    Might be pointless though, since god hasn’t got much of a sense of humor, the road to hell is paved with witticisms.

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