Cards Against Humanity

Cards Against Humanity review

‘A party game for horrible people’ it says on the Cards Against Humanity box, so of course we had to jump aboard the bandwagon…

We suggest making sure that you’ve fully bonded with your fellow hostel-stayers before whipping out this particular card game, but if you’re after a quiet but fun night in, Cards Against Humanity is certainly the one for you.

Each round, one player asks a question from a black card, and everyone else answers with their funniest white card – so far, so fine, right? What’s the big deal, BBM? Well here are some of the winning combinations we got in the office:

‘It’s a pity that kids these days are all getting involved with Daniel Radcliffe’s delicious arsehole’
‘I get by with a little help from my vagina’
‘A romantic candlelit dinner would be incomplete without drinking alone’
‘Nickelback: good to the last drop’
‘Masturbation is a slippery slope that leads to civilian casualties’
‘TfL apologises for the delay in train service due to black people’
‘The school trip was completely ruined by paedophiles’
‘What never fails to liven up the party? A salty surprise’

Pick up your pack for the reasonable price of £20 ($36AUD) at