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​We Couldn’t BE More Hyped About This Friends Deck For Cards Against Humanity

Jess Hardiman

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​We Couldn’t BE More Hyped About This Friends Deck For Cards Against Humanity

Featured Image Credit: Daisy Store Gifts

Card games haven't been the same since the dawn of Cards Against Humanity, the wicked, debaucherous card game that brings out the absolute worst in everyone at pre-drinks, pub sessions and even family gatherings.

While people used to sit at the table and play a lonely, silent round of solitaire, these days it's all about getting your grandma to say: "But before I kill you, Mr Bond, I must show you my collection of high-tech sex toys." It just never gets old.

Well, now you can indulge in The One We Were All Waiting For, with this Friends-themed Cards Against Humanity-style game.

While not affiliated with the official Cards Against Humanity product (or the show, for that matter), the deck can be integrated into it easily.

The fan-made fill-in-the-blank game is being sold on Etsy by Daisy Store Gifts and includes 99 grey cards and 180 white cards.

The game is being sold on Etsy. Credit: Daisy Store Gifts
The game is being sold on Etsy. Credit: Daisy Store Gifts

"While there are sufficient cards to be played as a stand alone game, they are sized identically and can integrate hilariously into standard Cards Against Humanity decks," the description reads.

It costs £28.47, but you can also buy a cheaper, printable version of the cards for £4.74, where you buy a PDF digital download of the cards, which you then print at home. It also includes full printing and cutting instructions.

The game's cards. Credit: Daisy Store Gifts
The game's cards. Credit: Daisy Store Gifts

The product has garnered many five-star reviews from happy customers online (bar a few who said they never received theirs, but we'll hope that got resolved in the end), with one person writing: "Awesome gift for me best friend!"

Another said: "Perfect gift for someone who loves Friends! They're hilarious."

Someone else agreed, saying: "Perfect for Friends lovers."

A fourth added: "So funny! Perfect for the ultimate Friends fan! Can't wait to print them out and I like that it included blanks so we could add our own Friends quotes into the mix. Great price and great design!"

The Friends gang. Credit: Warner Bros
The Friends gang. Credit: Warner Bros

Some customers said they'd had trouble with the print-at-home version, so if you're anywhere near as technologically challenged as I am, you might just be better off going for the fully printed card set.

Another person advised: "These are great! It says to print them on a certain paper but I couldn't find it for a low price so I used 110 lb. cardstock and they work pretty well."

Friends not your bag? There's also a Cards Against Potter product, too, for any Harry Potter fans out there.

Topics: TV and Film, News, Friends

Jess Hardiman
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