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This hilarious Cards Against Humanity spin-off is made just for parents

This hilarious Cards Against Humanity spin-off is made just for parents
Photograph: Courtesy KinderPerfect

Playing Cards Against Humanity with friends is a riot, but imagine the game with a unique twist: parenting-themed cards! Now when the group manages to hang out without the kids—or after they’ve been tucked into bed—you can bring out KinderPerfect, a spin-off game inspired by Cards Against Humanity.

Photograph: Courtesy KinderPerfect

Like Cards Against Humanity, KinderPerfect has players pairing prompt cards with response cards in their hands. The results are often hysterical, especially if you have players who like to push against the boundaries of what’s inappropriate, and when you add responses like “Eau de baby vomit,” “Pretending your screaming kid does not belong to you” and “Some princess sh*t,” you know it’s going to be a laughing fest.

Photograph: Courtesy KinderPerfect

The game was developed by Washington, D.C.-based parents Wayan and Amy Vota. After adding their own parental twist to their Cards Against Humanity game set, the husband and wife team decided to create their own parent-themed cards. Their Kickstarter campaign raised over $20,000 from 800 backers and over 8,000 card suggestions from 700 parents and are now a Top 100 Card Game on Amazon.

KinderPerfect comes with its own set of prompt and answer cards, but the set can also be combined with the Cards Against Humanity packs for an even greater range of ridiculous scenarios. A new expanded game with 400 cards is currently on pre-order for $24.95, but will ship for free on November 20th, so grab a set for those upcoming holiday gatherings.

If you're looking for more parent activities that will help you keep a semblance of a social life, check out these best kid-friendly bars in NYC, rooftop restaurants for families and restaurants with play areas for tykes.

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