The Cards Against Humanity drinking game introduces new incentives for winning through adding alcohol-based penalties for losing a round.
Each player gets 10 white cards to begin the game. To start, we will reference the Cards Against Humanity Official Rules: "The person who most recently pooped becomes the Card Czar and plays a Black Card. The Card Czar reads the question or fill-in-the-blank phrase on the Black Card out loud."
The basics of Cards Against Humanity still apply: Each round the Card Czar flips a black card, and all other players use their white cards to either answer the question or fill-in-the-blank. Once everyone has answered, the Card Czar shuffles the white cards (so that they don't know who put what down), re-reads the black card, reads all of the white cards, and selects a winner. Depending on how many people are playing, we suggest picking a 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place winner as well (Also referred to as Serious Business in the official rules), so that more drinks may be handed out following each round.
The beauty of the Cards Against Humanity drinking game is that you can play for as long as you'd like & before you know it the pregame turns into a night in with friends (or enemies depending on who you've been assigning drinks to). There are also some optional rule variations to enhance your drinking experience:
If a Black Card is played and you have more than one White Card that you think could win, you can wager a shot and play the extra card. If one of them gets picked, you proceed as usual. If not, you take the shot + you are still eligible to be assigned a shot.
Happy Ending: When you've had enough and are ready to end the game, play the "Make a Haiku" Black Card to end the game. According to the website, this is the official ceremonial ending of a good game of Cards Against Humanity, and the card should be reserved for the end. Upon it being played, everyone finishes their drinks!
Rebooting the Universe: At any time, players have the option of ripping a shot for the ability to exchange any (or all) of their white cards for new ones from the deck.
Packing Heat: For pick 2s, all players draw an extra card before playing the hand to open up extra options
Rando Cardrissian: Every round, pick one random White Card from the pile and put it into play. It belongs to the imaginary player Rando Cardrissian, and if he wins, everyone rips a shot.
God Is Dead: Play with a Card Czar - each player picks their favorite card each round (majority wins).
Survival of the Fittest: After everyone plays their white cards, players take turns eliminating one card each. The last remaining card wins that round.
Never Have I Ever: At any time, players may discard cards that they don't understand, but they have to drink a quarter of a beer first and confess their ignorance. This is where you go incognito & look up "Smegma".
Your favorite card game is available for FREE under the Creative Commons License. Yep, Free! You can make your own deck, or print off existing cards here.
There is a web app called Cards Against Originality where most of the aforementioned drinking game rules can be applied to allow the most hardcore fans to play as often as their hearts desire.
The full game along with every expansion deck is available on Amazon.
As always, please remember to drink responsibly! This alcohol drinking game is not meant to lead to you becoming sick due to over-consumption of alcohol. Need a ride? Download Uber or Lyft & get $5 off your first safe, sober ride. If you enjoyed it, please leave feedback in the comments & let us know how we can make it better!
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