Introducing... The One With All The Cards.
Seriously, we haven't been this excited since we heard the news of the upcoming Friends reunion.
So, how does the game work? The game is simple. In each pack, there's an even number of black and white playing cards.
Each round, one player asks a question from a black card, and everyone else answers with their funniest white card. Examples of black card questions are things like, 'What's "pulling a Monica"?'
Or, 'What's the "perfect way to say goodbye"?'
Not forgetting the classic: 'What beats rock, paper and scissors?'
While the white cards contain solid gold answers like: 'Ms Chanandler bong' - best scene ever! - 'A thousand regular cats', and 'Nipples that you can see through a shirt.'
The key point isn't necessarily to show off your Friends trivia prowess (although we'll be doing plenty of that while we're at it, tbh) but to create the funniest card paring.
The concept shares similarities with another fan-favourite game, Cards Against Humanity - but with an all-new Friends focus.
Plus, the set of cards comes in at wallet-friendly £10.59 and can be purchased from eBay. Could this game BE more of a bargain?
We'll be cooking up a Tribbiani-worthy pizza and cosying up for a Friends-off with the loved ones we're isolating with.
Seeking other kinds of at-home entertainment during lockdown?
Well, you can now take free Disney drawing classes to end isolation boredom.
Arty types can head over to the Disney Parks YouTube channel and search for how-to drawing videos - we're so happy we discovered it.
You can learn to draw so many Disney characters using the tutorials, from Mickey Mouse, Daisy Duck and Aladdin's Genie, to Frozen's Elsa and Tinkerbell.
A whole lot more imaginative than Netflix and chillin'.