You Can Now Get A Harry Potter 'Cards Against Humanity' Style Card Game
Now we've been put in lockdown for the third time, we're all looking for ways to pass the long, cold evenings in.
Luckily, there's a new card game we can sink our teeth into should we find ourselves stuck for an evening activity - and it looks promisingly naughty.
Harry Potter fans, listen up - the franchise has its very own Cards Against Humanity-style card game which is perfect whether you're a superfan of the series or more of a casual observer.
Titled Cards Against Muggles, the decidedly adult party game requires one player to read out one of the black cards posing a wizarding scenario and fill in the blanks from one of the cards in your hand - the one that gets the most laughs wins.
Some of the scenarios include: 'When I look at myself in the Mirror of Erised, I see myself (blank)" and "(Blank) is the worst thing a Ravenclaw has ever been accused of doing."
Of course, the answers are when things get inappropriate, with some options including: "Appearing naked on the cover of Witch Weekly" and "Beaubaxton's Nipple Hats" - and those are some of the milder ones.
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Some combinations are more than guaranteed to see Professor Dumbledore deduct several house points, so play at your discretion!
With 1440 playing cards in total, there's plenty in Cards Against Muggles to keep you going - if you fancy giving it a go over the next six weeks, you can snap up your own set for £29.99.
In other Cards Against Humanity news, the game is now available to play online - so you can still have a laugh with your loved ones even throughout lockdown.
The popular game - which encourages people to think of shocking card combinations - can be played on allbad.cards.
All you have to do is join a game one of your pals has set up, then you can battle each other in real time, as if you're sat in person.
We can't wait!
Featured Image Credit: Warner Bros.
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