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Cards Against Humanity


 

Cards Against Humanity

 
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I came across this game during one of my many endless hours on the internet looking for cheap humor. It  immediately grabbed my attention with their tag-line, “A party game for horrible people.” Thinking to myself that this must be along the lines of Apples to Apples I went to the website to check it out. I was right and it is played much like Apples to Apples. Every player is given 10 white cards and then a Card Czar is chosen. The Card Czar randomly chooses a black card to lay down for the players to see and then the players look through their white cards and find the answer they think fits best…or is the most horrible. Then the Card Czar reads the answers and chooses which card they think fits with the Black card best and whoever played the white card keeps the black card and whoever has the most black cards at the end wins. Of course there is a little more to this game than this, but the point is, this could be a really fun and disturbing game played amongst adults and one I highly recommend picking up for the holiday season. It gets even better though. For roughly $10 you can make your own set of cards to add more action to the game, so if you and your friends have twisted minds, the cards could really increase the fun factor as well as always being able to add expansion packs to keep the fun going forever. So stop by their website and see if this game might be for you!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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Chiasso


 

Chiasso

 
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Chiasso
 

 
I don’t know about you, but I love things that are different and I won’t see when I walk into my friends houses. I stumbled upon this cute shelving unit and for only $98 you can have one of your own. You can even buy miniature furniture to display on it as well which increases the WoW factor, but cost more than the shelf. At just over 2 feet tall, this would be a great addition to any space in your home, even the bathroom. What do you think? Would you buy one?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Analog Sweden


 

Analog Sweden
 
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Analog Sweden
 

 
Leave it to the Swedes to always be designing the coolest stuff. Who doesn’t love bean bag chairs, especially ones big enough to hold an adult? This company has several to choose from and promise it is so comfy that if you have it in your office, you probably won’t get any work done. While the price tag on this is pricey “As-Is”, the website states that if you buy one unstuffed, it is MUCH cheaper and I know Wal-Mart and many other places carry the filler. This is the perfect item to lounge on while reading your favorite book or even used while gaming this would make a wonderful stocking stuffer!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Think Geek


 

 

Think Geek

 
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Think Geek
 

 
I’m not sure where to even start here. These are the coolest (pun intended) Popsicle makers ever and I know for those of us who have kids, these wouldn’t stay in the freezer very long no matter the outside temperature. For $35 you get all four light saber handles and the freezing tray. Simply pour in your favorite beverage and freeze! But the fun doesn’t stop there. Each saber comes with an LED light to give your favorite tasty treat the movie effects it deserves. Batteries not included.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

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By day, I sport my SuperMom cape, by night, I assume the role of all mighty professional college student, book reviewista, and pixel dominatrix. I'm the wife of an US Navy Submariner and mother of 2 girls. I hold a BA in Social Science; Education Concentration; Minor in History, a BS Game Art & Design and currently working on my Master's of Ancient and Classical History, and still don't know what I want to be when I grow up. I've been a bibliophile since before I can remember and still have all the books from my childhood. My skills include making chocolate disappear, time traveling, maintaining a harem of fictional men, and knowing the difference between your and you're. When I'm not nose deep reviewing a book... oh who am I kidding? I don't have time for anything else! May your crayon never dull.....Crayolakym (Kim Heimbuch)