Bestselling Teen & Young Adult Card Games in 2021
Not Parent Approved: A Hilarious Card Game for Kids, Tweens, Families and Mischief Makers
- Inspired by Cards Against Humanity but for kids. 100% family-friendly!
- Winner of Scholastic's Gold Star Toy Award. A multiple award-winning party game for tweens, young teens and their families (4-10 players, ages 8+).
- A HILARIOUS word game of fill-in-the blanks. Designed to reintroduce a love of tabletop games for a screen-obsessed generation. Attention-grabbing. Easy-to-learn. Quick, simple play.
- Comes with 455 durable, premium-printed cards (2"x3") and rules insert in a custom shrink-wrapped box. Expansion Pack #1, Expansion Pack #2 and Expansion Pack BLANK sold separately.
- Portable take anywhere size. Great for parties, sleepovers, slumber parties, road trips, flights, picnics, and summer camps. Take the laughter with you wherever you go!
What Do You Meme? Party Game
- Warning: NOT intended for children.
- The adult party game everyone's talking about, brought to you by the F*ckjerry team.
- Compete with friends and family to create the funniest memes.
- 435 cards (360 caption cards and 75 photo cards).
- Printed on premium playing cards (thick with gloss finish); includes easel and bonus rules, shrink-wrapped in a custom box.
Story Bowl: The Party Game for Groups | Kids, Adults or Teens | Small or Large Group Games
- PLAY AT PARTIES, HOLIDAYS, AFTER DINNER, get togethers, gatherings, and more; Small to large groups of 4-15+ players | Adults, Teens, and/or Kids age 8+ | 30-60 minutes playtime
- HILARIOUS GUESSING: Speak, act, under a sheet, hand puppet show, and more to help your team guess each other's micro-stories
- LAUGH WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS with Story Bowl. A goofy, lighthearted, game where everyone hears each other's interesting stories
- EVEN YOUR MOST DIFFICULT FRIENDS WILL LOVE IT. Story Bowl helps them write great micro-stories about themselves ("underwear speech school")
- CREATE NEW INSIDE JOKES TOGETHER and hear amazing stories about each other you didn't know
Lightning Reaction Reloaded - Shocking Game
- HOW IT WORKS: Each player grabs a handle from the base. Press the button in the center, watch the red light blink and listen to the suspenseful music play. Wait for it.....when the red light turns green GO. Press the trigger button as quickly as possible. Be the last to react and get the electric shock.
- OBJECTIVE: To have the quickest draw and best timing of your opponents. Lightning Reaction Reloaded guarantees hours of fun and laughs as you and your friends get zapped.
- FEATURES: Lightning Reaction Reloaded has a variable shock control - Low, Medium and High. How much electric shock can you take...very little or electrifying.
- PARTY FUN: Add some zap to your next party or play shocking pranks on your friends with Lightning Reaction Reloaded. Bust out this shocking game for an electrifying good time.
- INTENDED USE: Lightning Reaction Reloaded is an electric shock game for teens and adults. It is not intended for use for children under 14 years of age. Requires 3 AAA batteries - NOT INCLUDED.
TaliCor Pocket Ungame Teens Version
- Card games
- Great ice-breaker for group activities and is endorsed by ministers, teachers and counselors
- For Ages: 13 and up
Pick Your Poison Adult Card Game - The Would You Rather...? Adult Party Game [NSFW Edition]
- Pick Your Poison is an adult card game of unfathomable "Would You Rather..?" scenarios.
- Three or more players compete to create the hardest scenario possible by combining two Poison cards (350 included).
- Everyone anonymously "Picks their poison" - After the reveal, find out who was "right" and who is just as messed up as you thought.
- From the creators of The Voting Game and Hot Seat.
- Combine with the Regular Edition for even more fun!
Latice (Old Version: Other Editions Available)
- Standard Edition
- Age range: 16 and up / Number of players: 2 to 4 / Play time: 10 to 30 minutes
- Manufacturer: Adacio
Brain Quest Grade 7, revised 4th edition: 1,500 Questions and Answers to Challenge the Mind
- Sold As 1 EA.
Hot Seat - The Adult Party Game About Your Friends (The Complete Set)
- Find out who your friends are - Hear the stories they were hoping everyone forgot
- Includes: Hot Seat and all 3 expansion packs. SAVE $15 when you buy all three together.
- 500 Cards | 4 - 10+ Players | Ages 17+
- Not recommended for play with Catholic Priests and others who have something to hide.
Stages Learning Materials Language Builder Picture Noun Flash Cards Photo Vocabulary Autism Learning Products for ABA Therapy and Speech Articulation
The Werewolves: New Moon Expansion
- 8 to 18 players
- 30 minutes to play
- Great party game
- Horror mystery theme
- Expansion for the werewolves of miller
Gamie 6-in-1 Dice Cube Game Set Board Games and Casino Set – Includes Chess, Checkers & Backgammon, 2 Decks of Playing Cards, Poker Chips, Poker Dice & Dominoes - Complete Kit for Family Fun
'Saturday Night Live': Adam Levine Reads a Lot of Cue Cards and Takes Off His Shirt
The Maroon 5 front man joins a Sopranos reboot, sings with Lonely Island, and shows off his tattoos.
"Saturday Night Live" managed to improve on last week, which sadly wasn't too hard to do. Half of last Saturday night contained at least pleasantly humorous sketches, which helped balance the usual WTF? moments. Host Adam Levine seemed game for the comedy gig, but unfortunately this won't go down as one of his finest performances.
Best of the Night
It's getting to the point where "Saturday Night Live" might want to consider morphing into "Saturday Night Video," since their taped segments tend to have a lot more creativity and laughs than the live stuff. This week's treat was a spoof on "The Carrie Diaries" concept, using the origin story of "The Sopranos" instead. Set wrongly in the 80s, this high school sketch had hilarious costuming and some spot-on impressions of the cast, particularly Tony (Bobby Moynihan) and Carmela (Kate McKinnon). Watch all the flirting, fighting, and bursts of violence against the principal at the "SNL" video site.
Levine was basically a prop in his own "Saturday Night Live" monologue, feeding lines to three special guest stars in the spinning "Voice" chairs: Andy Samberg, Cameron Diaz, and Jerry Seinfeld. The guest reveals were worth the wait, with extra points for the faux Xtina's tiny hat, and the guest host took his shirt off. There's no way this can go anywhere but the "win" column.
Whatever else the "Saturday Night Live" Weekend Update did, it gets "Best of" status for Nasim Pedrad's entertaining impression of Arianna Huffington, who rambled her way through commentary on Hillary Clinton being interrogated "like she's Casey Anthony," which morphed into Europe smelling like sex and how the show "Wives with Knives" proves women in combat is no big thing.
Other highlights included two more videos. Lonely Island offered a paranoid and agoraphobic view on "You Only Live Once," and this week's "SNL" commercial illustrated how useful the Rosetta Stone language program is for picking up hookers in Thailand. Check out these and all the best "Saturday Night Live" videos on their website.
Worst of the Night
These are the moments when you feel the inmates are running the asylum. "Saturday Night Live" decided it would be funny to have Bill Hader play a gay fireman who goes all drama queen when he sees an "ex-girlfriend" talking to another guy. This meant the actor literally screamed in a shrill voice for the entire sketch, and ended in a fight with a stuffed dog. Don't ask, there is no answer.
It also didn't help that the sketch followed not long after Levine and Kenan Thompson played hosts on a gay TV show that helps straight people with their problems. The "Saturday Night Live" guest star never got comfortable delivering his bitchy lines, and the premise of "every guy is gay!" just wasn't made into anything funny.
Once again "Saturday Night Live" rolled out the guy-in-drag comedy bit so they could have Moynihan's buxom, deep-voiced lady roofie the lead singer of Maroon 5 and then try to sleep with him. The dialogue provided a few laughs, but Levine was reading cue cards so doggedly that it was impossible to ever get into the sketch or for the two to get any comedy chemistry going.
The guest host is an entertaining presence at his regular TV gig, a judge on "The Voice." Sadly, that interesting combo of sexy rock star and awkward dork who happily bickers with his costars was largely absent on "SNL," leaving the Maroon 5 front man misused or stranded as an afterthought in most of the night's sketches. Considering the use of three taped segments and the should-have-been-on-the-cutting-room-floor quality of some of the material, it's possible they never got things in order enough for Levine to learn his lines properly.
"Saturday Night Live" musical guest Kendrick Lamar performed "Swimming Pools" and "Poetic Justice." I have to admit that these are the kinds of songs I fast-forward through. If Lamar is your kind of artist, feel free to share if you thought it was good, bad, or just a snooze-worthy performance.
What did you think, "Saturday Night Live" fans? Much better than last week, or just as bad? Should Adam stick to singing?
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