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Quarantine Card Games: NSFW Edition

By: Chloe Corkery

Is quarantine life getting mundane for you? Do you miss the scandals of everyday life? Instead of wallowing in your beige daily routine, spice things up with these NSFW (not safe for work) card games! These games have themes you’d only be comfortable talking about in your own home with your closest friends, which is perfect for staying at home in quarantine! Grab a drink (if you’re 21+) and get one of these raunchy games to jazz up your game night.

First on our list we have the classic Cards Against Humanity. In this dirtier version of Apples to Apples, you and your friends fill in the blanks with risque statements. With subjects covering everything from sexual to politically incorrect statements, this is one of the most unsafe for work games on the list. Whoever collects the most black cards is deemed the most horrible and offensive person, aka the winner! 

Next up we have For The Girls. By the creators of What Do You Meme?, this game is designed for the perfect girls night in (sorry boys). It includes rounds of Never Have I Ever as well as Most Likely To and Truth or Dare. One card even asks who has the hottest dad, giving the daughter of the biggest DILF extra points. You and your girlfriends won’t want to miss out on trading worst date stories and finding out who is most likely to do the deed in a public restroom.


Third on our list is Fear Pong, created by Cut.com. We’ve all seen their videos of blind dates and ex couples playing the game on their youtube, and now we can try it for ourselves! The game is set up like beer pong, and the objective is to either drink the cup that the ball landed in or do the dare placed underneath. The game comes with the dare cards as well as a full set of ping pong balls. You may be asked to shave your head or strip naked during this game. Don’t say I didn’t warn you!

For our fourth and final game we have MILLENNIALTOONS: The NSFW Version. Part charades and part trivia, MILLENNIALTOONS is the perfect game for nostalgic millennials and Gen Z. However, a new NSFW version is coming soon that will get pretty provocative. In store for you and your friends are reminders of scandalous things that have happened in the 90’s/2000’s that you will either have to act out or try to describe without saying Da Forbidden Words. Stay toon’d for some extra saucy nostalgia! 

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