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Board game nights are new “popping to the pub”

 

Naughty or nice, everyone loves a good party game—  and Christmas and board games go together like turkey and stuffings.  If you’re like me and you prefer a more lively get-together, then you’re in serious need of some awesome and hilarious party games.

They’re also guaranteed to make you the MVP if you bring them to someone else’s party, because who doesn’t appreciate a little ice-breaking?

For hours of laughter, bonding, and fun, here’s a list of some of the best adult party games, both appropriate and inappropriate (but, let’s be real, mostly inappropriate).

Who knew all those awful Donald Trump quotes would have a fun purpose someday?

If you love the game Cards Against Humanity, then you’ll probably appreciate these two (unofficial) versions using Donald Trump’s own words. You can add both packs to your existing Cards Against Humanity set or play them on their own.

If you’ve never played Cards Against Humanity before, then you’re either going to the wrong parties or not going to parties at all. It’s one of the sickest, cruelest, most disturbing games of all time, and that’s exactly why it’s so much damn fun.

Basically 2017’s Cards Against Humanity, What Do You Meme? is described as being ‘the funniest party game you’ve never played’.

The Voting Game is an adult party game that uncovers the hilarious truth about your friendships. Each Round, vote anonymously for the player that is described by the current question. Tally the votes and watch as the personalities of your friends are revealed.

Play with friends new and old, expect to discover things that you didn’t know about the other players and yourself!

If you’ve ever accidentally sent an embarrassing text to the wrong person, you know the horrible, sinking feeling that settles in your chest when you realize that your ill-considered words or provocative photos have gone astray — and there’s no taking them back.

That sense of horror is the animating force behind Social Sabotage, BuzzFeed’s new “awkward party game.”