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Those of you with a naturally dark sense of humour will be pleased to learn that there's a way to put these skills to good use as you while away the hours in lockdown three.
Yep, we've discovered that the world's naughtiest card game, Cards Against Humanity, is also available to play virtually for free.
The popular game - which encourages people to think of shocking card combinations - can be played on allbad.cards, and you and your mates can all join a game together.
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.
Once you've set up the game, you play just like you would normally: Somebody pulls a question card and then everyone is given an opportunity to check out their hand, and choose the most outrageous answer, before a judge declares the winner.
Nobody can see anybody else's hand during the virtual game, and players are able to pick and play their cards with just a click of a button.
It really couldn't be easier!
While it isn't online (yet), The One With All The Cards works under the same premise, encouraging players to create the funniest card paring using questions and answers, themed around the show.
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"?'
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 set of cards comes in at wallet-friendly £10.59 and can be purchased from eBay. Could this game BE more of a bargain?
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