Mum Gets Shock After Buying Cards Against Disney For Family Night
A mum was left horrified when she discovered the ‘nice innocent’ Cards Against Disney set wasn’t the family fun game she’d expected.
If you’ve ever played Cards Against Humanity during a rowdy pre-drinks with your mates then you might have an idea where this story is going…
Amy Fanning, a university student from Middlesbrough, was howling when her mum mistakenly thought the game, which is a play on the original Cards Against Humanity, would be a PG children friendly game
Sharing the news on Twitter, she wrote: ‘My mam bought cards against Disney thinking it would be a nice innocent game and it’s really not quite what she expected.’
Amy’s mum Debbie thought she was purchasing a family friendly game which would be fun for all the family – but what she had actually purchased was a particularly vulgar Disney spin on Cards Against Humanity, affectionately known as ‘the party game for horrible people’.
A very amused Amy said of her mum’s blunder:
My mum had purchased the cards expecting them to be a nice innocent game to be played with friends and family.
At first she was shocked but then it made her laugh when she read through the cards.
The games website says:
Cards Against Disney is a party game for horrible people, unlike most the party games you’ve played before, Cards Against Disney is as despicable and awkward as you and your friends!
Cards Against Disney is a must for all adult Disney fans with an evil sense of humour. It’s guaranteed to bring hours of laughs! You do not want to miss out on owning this game if you are a fan!
The game is a firm favourite among uni students who play the game while before a night on the town, and it’s fairly simple to play.
During every round, one player asks a question from a red card, and everyone else answers with their funniest white card.
The cards have twisted vulgar phrase that play on Disney greatest hits, such as ‘snorting lines like Dumbo’ and ‘Tinker Bell’s tiny titties’ which can be matched with questions such as ‘Micky Mouse club house is really just a front for…?’
It’s a great game all round, but not quite one you want to be playing with your parents or younger siblings. Sorry, Debbie.
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