Inspired by Cards Against Humanity but for Kids! Endless family fun with hilarious card game for tweens and teens
Ever wondered how booger juice, vampire bunnies, and grandma can end up in the same sentence? With Not Parent Approved, your kids get to:
What's in the box?
- Play their mischievous selves without getting into real trouble (none of the adult content that Cards Against Humanity has)
- Spend face-to-face interaction time with family and friends rather than with their gadgets
- Expand their imagination and creativity through wacky humor
- Laugh at jokes and at themselves
Starts with burps, ends with "snot-out-of-your-nose" laughter
- 455 cards (105 questions and 350 answers)
- Set of rules
Your entire family will enjoy countless hours of belly-aching laughter as each one takes turns being the Burp Boss and the other players create the weirdest and funniest question and answer combinations. Not Parent Approved makes the perfect gift
Enjoy effortless entertaining during sleepovers, parties, holiday reunions, school breaks, road trips, flights, picnics, and any event with the family.
If you like the classic game play of Mad Libs, want something funnier and edgier than Apples to Apples, easier to learn than Exploding Kittens, or need something more family-friendly than Cards Against Humanity than Not Parent Approved is your game!
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54 of 57 people found the following review helpful.
not funny or 2
I was a little worried...middle school kids (especially boys) tend to find inappropriate things funny-so I had my doubts this would be either: 1. not funny or 2. not appropriate. However, I am pleasantly surprised, it is very funny and there are endless options for funny combinations and answers. There are a small stack worth of cards that I am throwing away just because I think they go too far or touch on topics I don't want to be "funny" for the boys I am (trying) raising to be mature, young men (training bras, birds and the bees, Uranus, an "epic tantrum full of sweat words", scratching your butt and sniffing it, puberty, butt acne, etc.) THere are still plenty of funny options that don't cross those boundary lines I have set for my kids. I included pics of some funny answers that came up in our games as well as a picture of cards that I am removing. The game play is just like Cards Against Humanity. The children we are playing with are between ages of 8-12, I think the game would be funny enough for 8 through high school but really it is funny enough that parents aren't completely bored by it either.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
She is in her last year of elementry school and many of her friends are headed to middle school next year and find many if the u
Bought this as a Christmas gift for my little cousin (who I also nanny for). She is in her last year of elementry school and many of her friends are headed to middle school next year and find many if the usual games as boring. All they want to do is play on their phones or ipads! This game helped things interesting and gave them more of a " grown up" vibe playing. Definitely a favorite!
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful.
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Fun the first time. Bored with game after third game.
The first time we played this game as a family of six we laughed our heads off. There were a few awkward cards that we chose to pass on, but overall we had fun playing this game. However, by the third time we played it we found ourselves rather bored. A lot of the cards were redundant (butt acne was mentioned in a least 3 cards), didn't fit, or just weren't that funny.
We played in groups with 5-7 people ranging in age from 13-52. Games lasted between 30-45 minutes. If you are familiar with Apples to Apples, it is basically the same rules. One judge reads an incomplete sentence or question off a blue card and the rest of the players have to pick from one of the seven cards in their hand that they feel best completes the sentence or answers the questions. The answers tend to be silly, funny, or gross. the point of the game really is to make people laugh.
There just aren't enough cards in the box to make this game interesting for very long.