Cards For Humanity sparks conversations and connections

By now you've probably encountered a certain card game that prides itself on being “for horrible people,” a game that asks questions that get filled in with silly, inappropriate, or downright nasty answers, all hoping for a laugh. But suppose you're not a horrible person? Or maybe you'd rather get to know your friends in a more positive light? In that case, break out your copy of Cards For Humanity, a party game for wonderful people.

The rules of the game are simple. Each round, one player asks the others a question from one of the blue cards, and the others write their answers on a yellow card. The questions range from the whimsical (“What would you wish on a shooting star?”) to the personal (“What's the craziest thing you've ever done for love?”) to the philosophical (“If happiness were the national currency, what kind of work would make you wealthy?”).

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