Cards Against Humanity Launches New 'Friends' Edition


Ross, Rachel, Monica, Ross, Phoebe and Joey are about to get politically incorrect.

Popular risqué party game Cards Against Humanity has unveiled a new “Friends”-inspired expansion pack, according to People.

Titled appropriately enough, The One With All The Cards, the deck features quotes, jokes and references from the iconic ‘90s sitcom.

The new set includes 90 black cards and 144 white cards, as well as blank pages so players can create their own questions and answers.

For those that aren’t familiar, one player asks a question from a black card and all the other players try to answer using their funniest white card.

The pack is currently available on Amazon for $16.99 and its included for Prime shipping, so you could have it within two days of ordering.

Inspired by the popular Apples to Apples game, Cards Against Humanity was launched in 2011 and quickly became a bestselling item bolstered by many of its off-color and scandalous topics. The game jokingly bills itself  as “a party game for horrible people.”

Over the years there have been multiple editions and expansion packs covering an assortment of bawdy topics including ‘80s trivia, Food, Dads, Politics and Pride.

Cards Against Humanity is just the latest way fans of the Must-See-TV series can indulge their nostalgia for the Central Perk squad.

Pottery Barn recently updated their “Friends”-inspired home furnishings line by adding a slew of items just in time for the Holidays.

In addition, eight of the show’s Thanksgiving episodes will be screened in movie theaters at the end of the month.

While Warner Bros. is offering a special “Friends”-themed holiday tour and meal that coincides with Thanksgiving.

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