Family game night is huge and a great way to get away from the screen. With the popularity of card matching games, there is a new one on the scene that will lead to a night of laughter and a bit of reflection on your own family as you play. Relative Insanity is a card game created by comedian Jeff Foxworthy and based off his own family, but you’ll find yourself relating to the cards as you play the game and laugh the whole time.
In the style of Cards Against Humanity, someone places out the card with beginning of the prompt sentence and everyone places their best response. The lead in that round gets to choose the best response. So what makes more sense or what sounds the funniest?
“When my granny walked through the kitchen wearing nothing but a paper thin nightgown my dad said…
- That looks like it needs stitches
- I am scared to touch it.
- That damn cat has done it again!
We ended up laughing the night away. While some of the situations are hilarious and ones that we cannot relate to personally, we were able to imagine some of our family doing some of the crazy things or saying weird statements. What we love about the game – it’s clean family humor and that kids can play as well. It is for ages 14 and up, because some of the topics are a bit more mature but it is not filled with profanity or sensitive topics. This is a game you could easily bring out during the next family party or game night and be happy that most everyone can play with you.
We all have that crazy family member, why not laugh about them, and probably with them as you play Relative Insanity?
About Relative Insanity:
Everyone has at least one crazy family member. If you don’t think you do, then that means it’s YOU! In Relative Insanity, a new party game created by comedian Jeff Foxworthy. Featuring his relatable humor, Jeff wrote the game based on his family – its’ better to laugh at the craziness that happens in the family, and that’s what this game does!
Game play as follows: Read a setup card aloud, like: “When my brother brought out his new baby to show the family, Granny blurted out…” Then everyone else chooses one of their punchline cards to finish the phrase, like: “You are not the father!” or “Somebody took a trip to the land of bad decisions,” etc. The reader picks the funniest one to give that player a point! It’s a different hilarious game each time you play!
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