Cards Against Humanity Family Edition: Written by Kids Pack Mini Expansion for the Game
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About this item
Our first themed pack for the Family Edition, with 30 all-new cards written by actual children.
Features jokes only a child could have authored, like “Bathing in Spaghetti-Os,” “A cow that farts cows,” and “Mom’s bad cooking.”
Please note that the cards are larger than regular CAH cards. If this makes you angry, consider worrying about something more important instead, like climate change.
This is expansion for Cards Against Humanity: Family Edition. Buy that first.
Appropriate for most humans 8 and up.
Suggested Age: 17 Years and Up
Type of Game: Party Games
Playing Time: 30 Minutes or More
Number of Players: 2 or More Players
Educational Focus: Writing
Package type: Expansion Pack
Count: 30 Cards
Battery: No Battery Used
Item Number (DPCI): 087-10-7147
A pack of bonkers cards for the Family Edition written by actual children. Fun fact: kids are funnier than adults, because their spirits haven’t yet been crushed by years of boring classes and meaningless jobs.
Cards Against Humanity: Family Edition is a new fill-in-the-blank comedy game that’s just like Cards Against Humanity, but it’s made for kids and adults to play together.
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Estimated ship dimensions: 5.1 inches length x 3.1 inches width x 0.3 inches height
Estimated ship weight: 0.15 pounds
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I bought these to add on to my normal edition of CAH and while they work fine in the game, the cards are ever so slightly larger than the standard edition game cards so they stick out a little bit in the boxes. I'm sure this is on purpose for whatever reason, but just thought you should know!
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5 out of 5 stars
MomOf3 - 1 month ago
My kids love this and much more appropriate than the original, so we can all enjoy together with the younger crew.