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A Gift Company Has Created A Boozy Version Of Uno

A Gift Company Has Created A Boozy Version Of Uno

It's been a classic family game for 2-10 players for decades, but now some genius has made a game of Uno specifically for adults, with their very own Uno drinking game.

Credit: Spriinkle Me Piink
Credit: Spriinkle Me Piink
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Popular gift company Spriinkle Me Piink has provided a twist on the much-loved card game by adding that most magical of ingredients - alcohol - and is currently selling Drunk Uno on its Etsy site.

The rules? Well, it's like Uno, but with shots. So alongside your usual different coloured and wild card rules, players also have to abide - and imbibe - by the following rules.

• Draw 2 - one shot
• Draw 4 - two shots
• Reverse - the person who gets reversed takes two shots
• Skip - person skipped takes a shot
• False Uno - three shots

Which sounds like a good old drunk time to us and should ensure that pre-drinking is never the same again. Each pack comes with one box of Uno cards, a laminated rule card, six customised Uno shot glasses and will all come in one customised Drunk Uno carrying box - personalised with your name no less.

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At a cost of £20.39, the game has proved incredibly popular, as you'd expect, with Spriinkle Me Piink selling out of copies quickly, according to their Etsy.

Feedback from those who've bought it has been incredibly positive. "I love it! The packaging is very lovely and I love the shot glasses," wrote one customer (in perfect English, so we presume this was before she used it).

Another wrote: "I love it! Definitely looks like a lot of effort was put into it and it was packaged super nice as well!"

Mattel, who declined to comment, are the makers of the original game of Uno, having taken over the licence in 1992.

The game has enjoyed a resurgence in recent years with attempts also made to create versions for computers and video games consoles - although if you ask us the real deal still lies in the original card version.

Featured Image Credit: Spriinkle Me Piink

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