Cards Against Humanity Family Edition
- A game for mature kids and immature adults
- 600 Playing Cards
- Ages 8+
- 2+ Players
Cards Against Humanity: Family Edition is a new party game that’s just like Cards Against Humanity, except it’s written for kids and adults to play together. Each round, one player asks a question from a black card, and everyone else answers with their funniest white card.
What is Cards Against Humanity: Family Edition?
It’s a totally new game written from scratch to be fun for kids and adults to play together. The rules are the same as Cards Against Humanity.
Can my kids play this?
Designed for ages 8 and up. We encourage parents to look through the cards before playing to remove anything you don’t like.
Is my kid going to have to say swear words?
The content is PG-rated. “Crap” and “boobies” is as bad as it gets.
How many cards?
600 big, stinky cards.
Can I mix this into my regular Cards Against Humanity deck?
We once heard of a man who did this, and his butt exploded.
Oh my god.
Yes, it was quite serious. His entire butt exploded all over the place. If you still wish to tempt fate, please note that Family Edition cards are a little wider and have different backs than regular CAH cards.
When I read the words “Eating pasta out of my pants,” I feel no emotions. Why?
You have lost your “inside smile.” Every child is born with an “inside smile” that is gradually pummelled out of them by the relentless demands of academic credentialism and consumer capitalism.
Is my “inside smile” gone forever?
The only way to be sure is to purchase Cards Against Humanity: Family Edition.
May I please be excused?
Yes, you may.
I love you.
I love you, too.