Learn what your relatives are REALLY thinking about each other!
Created and played by Jeff Foxworthy
Ages 14 and Up
Suggested Age: 14 Years and Up
Material: Cardstock, cardboard
Type of Game: Party games
Playing Time: 15 minutes or more
Includes: Instructions, cards
Number of Players: 4 or More Players
Educational Focus: Reading
Package type: Full game
Item Number (DPCI): 087-10-2638
Everyone has at least one crazy family member. If you don't think you do, then that means it's YOU! In Relative Insanity, you read a setup card aloud, like: "When my brother brought out his new baby to show the family, Granny blurted out…" Then everyone else chooses one of their punch line cards to finish the phrase, like: "You are not the father!" or "Somebody took a trip to the land of bad decisions," etc. In between laughter, the reader picks the funniest one to give that player a point! It's a different hilarious game each time you play! Features the humor of Jeff Foxworthy.
So it has the same concept of Cards Against Humanity but much cleaner. I use that description loosely, however. The responses that my family came up with to some of the questions were pretty vulgar but really, really funny. If you are easily offended, I would not recommend it. But if you have a wacky sense of humor, go for it.
I would not recommend this game for anyone. We read all 400 cards and removed the ones that were totally inappropriate. That was 1/4 of the cards. I would be embarrassed to play this with my family or my friends. If you want to play a game of this type, play Apples to Apples.