- Includes 340 cards plus full game rules which cover both single and team modes of play
- Suitable for groups of 3-16 players
- If you are easily offended, this is NOT the game for you
- Must be 17+ as contains naughty content
Profanity is a card game for smutty people. If you enjoy reading some of the really messed up stuff on Urban Dictionary, this is the game for you...
That's because you're going to be creating your own deeply disturbing phrases and giving everyone a glimpse inside that warped mind of yours.
How To Play
The smuttiest person begins the game as the Judge. The Judge chooses a starting word and places it faces up in the middle of the table.
Players now choose one card from their hand to pair with the Judge's card.
You may combine your card with the Judge's in any order you wish. For example, if the Judge's card was Swallow, the card 'Dutch' could be used to make the phrase 'Dutch Swallow' or 'Swallow Dutch'.
Once a player has announced what their chosen phrase is, they may provide their own twisted definition.
Profanity is as dirty as you decide to make it, however, due to the adult nature of the content, we recommend that Profanity is played by guys and girls who are 17+ years of age.
How to play Profanity game a card game for smutty people
Profanity Gameplay video by Kaitlin and her roommates which we have hope you love as much as we do! Please be aware that it contains dark humor content and if you easily get offended this video isn't for you.
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Q: What Is Profanity Game?
A: Profanity is an adult party card game for smutty people. If you enjoy reading some of the really messed up stuff on Urban Dictionary, this is the game for you... That's because you're going to be creating your own deeply disturbing phrases and giving everyone a glimpse inside that warped mind of yours.
If you enter the wrong shipping address and your items have been shipped, unfortunately, we cannot intercept the package at that time and will not be able to send another order to a different address.
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Guards Against Insanity
Take a look at Kaitlin playing Guards Against Insanity with her roommates for the first time.
Confessions: The Game of Secrets & Lies
Confessions game night at David's place which was a night to remember!
Obscenity - A Shameless Adult Party Card Game
Another video filmed by Kaitlin and her roommates playing Obscenity game. We hope you enjoy!
Profanity - A Card Game For Smutty People
Finally, our latest game Profanity. This was also recorded on one of our many game nights at David's place.