What is smegma in Cards Against Humanity?
September 10, 2015 – If you have played Cards Against Humanity then you probably have seen the word smegma. A quick urban dictionary search during gameplay reveals that smegma is, “a foul cheese like buildup that comes from not washing or properly maintaining equipment”.
Is there an appropriate version of Cards Against Humanity?
Cards Against Humanity: Family Edition is a whole new game written from scratch for kids and adults to play together. Comes with 600 all-new cards about toilets, butt spaghetti, and Mom’s friend Donna. Appropriate for all humans age 8 and up.
Who is Chungo gorilla?
Chungo is an ogre that once tended the graves of the Llwendolyn cemetery.
What is log TM?
The “tm. log” file is an important tool for the technical support team. The file logs the startup process and helps at troubleshooting. This file only exists after the first program start. Immediately after installation you don´t find a tm.
How many white cards are in Cards Against Humanity?
Cards Against Humanity is a party game for horrible people. Each round, one player asks a question from a black card, and everyone else answers with their funniest white card. Comes with 500 white cards and 100 black cards for eternal replayability.
Can a 14 year old play Cards Against Humanity?
Many of the regular Cards Against Humanity cards aren’t appropriate for most children, but the company says this version of the game is designed “for people ages 8 and up” and that the content is “PG-rated.” The game has also been play-tested with families, according to Cards Against Humanity.
Is there a kid friendly version of Cards Against Humanity?
Cards Against Humanity: Family Edition is a game for mature kids and immature adults. It’s a whole new version of Cards Against Humanity that was written from scratch to be fun for kids and adults to play together. The game is simple.
Is Cards Against Humanity appropriate for 12 year olds?
Is Cards Against Humanity Family Edition inappropriate?
How do you end Cards Against Humanity?
Happy Ending When you’re ready to stop playing, play the “Make a Haiku” Black Card to end the game. This is the official ceremonial ending of a good game of Cards Against Humanity, and this card should be reserved for the end. (Note: Haikus don’t need to follow the 5-7-5 form. They just have to be read dramatically).