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I know these are not for everyone but my gaming group is very open minded and from time to time enjoys a diversion like Busen Memo or Titty Grab. And yes we are about 50/50 male to female ratio.

My question is, are there other adult themed games that folks here might recommend as a fun or light diversion to farmering and going to market as well?
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Might try: Codenames: Deep Undercover.
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chadnorth wrote:


OMG! Hillarious, thanks!! We usually start the game night with Code Names to get everyone involved as they are arriving....
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Get Laid! kickstarter just started arriving. Haven't played it yet though.
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saturnkk wrote:
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OMG! Hillarious, thanks!! We usually start the game night with Code Names to get everyone involved as they are arriving....
Put the Deep cards into the (rated G) game box, then when your gamers arrive deal out the replaced cards without comment, that ought to be interesting.
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chadnorth wrote:
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chadnorth wrote:
OMG! Hillarious, thanks!! We usually start the game night with Code Names to get everyone involved as they are arriving....
Put the Deep cards into the (rated G) game box, then when your gamers arrive deal out the replaced cards without comment, that ought to be interesting.


Oh, it would be unannounced for certain. The faces will be priceless!
 
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There is Lap Dance also.

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Thanee wrote:
There is Lap Dance also.

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Yep, backed that one. Even have my own custom card of the GF:



 
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It's not R rated, exactly, but the things that can be said can be somewhat adult in the right group.

My friends are some of the loudest social justice warriors around and yet when we play Unusual Suspects they say some of the most racist shit I've ever heard. I imagine they find it cathartic to abandon political correctness for an evening and have some fun with some stereotypes and social taboos.

I wish more game designers would make some games strictly for adults. We're the ones playing and buying the damn things. I would kill for some ultra violence in some game art (like that Alien bursting his tail through a man's chest in Legendary . . . oh my!). I want more art that will make Tom Vasel cringe and run.
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The Game of Nasty Things...
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They did not need to develop a specifically "Adult" version of Things.

"Careers you would never want"

The term "fluffer" has now been explained at one of my family reunions.
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Hilarious fun. And there's a drinking variant to add to the madness.
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Though this one is certainly not Rated R.
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I had a really fun game night once with Sexxxtions...
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I played Times Up Against Humanity at a convention and it was hilarious. Basically, you use cards from Cards Against Humanity to play Time's Up!
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Telestrations After Dark is pretty a pretty fun game to play with adult friends.
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Most of my family enjoys Personally Incorrect

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rocksnrolls wrote:
I played Times Up Against Humanity at a convention and it was hilarious. Basically, you use cards from Cards Against Humanity to play Time's Up!


How is that played?
 
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Every time I've ever played Loaded Questions or Say Anything it has gotten pretty racy very quickly.

Example - In Loaded Questions you are trying to guess who said what. So if round 1 someone makes a Rated R answer, then others will mimic in later rounds to confuse the guesser. It's not a deep game in anyway, but an entertaining diversion for sure.
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saturnkk wrote:
rocksnrolls wrote:
I played Times Up Against Humanity at a convention and it was hilarious. Basically, you use cards from Cards Against Humanity to play Time's Up!


How is that played?


Here's a basic rundown of Time's Up - using a small stack of cards, say around 40, each with a name or word or phrase on it. The players are divided into teams. On a turn, one person has the cards, and one at a time gives clues to their partner so that they can guess the card. There is a time limit of about 30 seconds. The game is played in three rounds and the same cards are used in each round. A round continues until all the cards have been claimed by one team or another.

In the first round the clue giver can describe the card using as many words as they want as well as sound effects and gestures. There are a few restrictions, like no initials or 'sounds like' clues. If the guesser is wrong they have to keep trying and the cluer can not pass on a card.

In the second round the cluers can only use one word, plus sounds and gestures. If a wrong guess is made the card is put on the bottom of the stack. Also the cluer can pass a card and put it on the bottom.

In the final round, no words are allowed, only sounds and gestures. Again, passing is done if chosen to by the cluer or a wrong guess is made.

After each round, each team counts how many cards they claimed and the total is accumulated so that the team with the most points at the end wins.
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WyantJM wrote:
Every time I've ever played Loaded Questions or Say Anything it has gotten pretty racy very quickly.


"Fluffer" has come up in family reunion games of Say Anything as well.
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Dirty Minds: The Game of Naughty Clues is R-Rated in reverse...the clues suggest R or even X-Rated, but the answers are all G-Rated.

Or for Trivial Pursuit fans, there's always Adultrivia and Adultrivia II: The Joker's Edition. A bit dated on some categories, but still good fun.
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Working in a FLGS, I can tell you that Cards Against Humanity is wildly popular. Personally, I thought it was funny once or twice, but wore out its welcome after that, BUT that doesn't make me hate the game. Two solid plays of me and four other people having a good laugh is adequate for a party game, in my opinion.

I don't see the good times lasting long enough to pick up any of the expansions, but so what? No game is going to keep you happy forever.

Recently, someone I worked with complained about the overt racism and sexism. Most people are mature enough to realize that the game is doing an over-the-top parody of that crap, not joining in with it. However, I wouldn't play it with a black friend who had suffered through a lot racist BS, because, even though I take it as parody, I suspect it would still be a painful reminder.
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