There’s a Friends-inspired Cards Against Humanity Game You Didn’t Know You Needed

updated May 3, 2019
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Instead of suggesting another drawn-out Monopoly tournament to a room of unenthusiastic guests, imagine the expressions on their faces when you casually lay out a “Friends” themed Cards Against Humanity deck and disappear into the kitchen for hors d’oeuvres and drink refills like it’s NBD.

For $36.99, you can become the star of game night by collecting all of the awesome points from your friends (and hopefully from the game, too!)

You have Etsy shop owner DaisystoreGifts to thank for The One With All the Cards, as the game is so fittingly named. The deck consists of 180 white cards and 99 gray cards that contain questions and answers related to all of those famous “Friends” storylines that people can’t stop binge-watching or discussing online. There’s also a $9 printable download for the more frugal Friends-lover.

On the off-chance that you’re not into the “Friends” idea, the shop owner also has similar pop culture-themed decks to help liven up your game nights. For instance, Potterheads may enjoy the Cards Against Potter and Cards Against Wizardry decks, plus there’s a Cards Against Iron Throne deck made just for “Game of Thrones” devotees, and one for Disney fans, too. Oh, and we can’t forget about all of the versions from the original creators, including the Pride Pack, the Period Pack, the 90s Nostalgia Pack, the Food Pack, the Weed Pack, and well, you get the point.

Obviously, the “Friends” rendition isn’t among the official Cards of Humanity decks, but given the popularity of this Etsy-made version, the original creators might want to take a hint and give the people what they so obviously want.