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This is the way the world ends. Not with a bang, but with rampant bangin'. Codenames: Deep Undercover is simply too sexy for this planet. Target was downright irresponsible unleashing this exclusive monstrosity--Caligula was assassinated for less.

When the box opens up, the pants come off. I don't mean you take them off or they falloff on their own, they simply disappear. I still haven't found mine. Just reading the rules out loud threw the rest of the players into a sloppy orgy. Oddly, the rules are identical to the original game.

Gameplay remains the same, though keeping a towel off to the side is highly recommended. 195 double-sided cards are included, providing 389 hot-and-heavy words, plus "Stool". These innocence-destroying cards toe the line between PG-13 and R. Real 10pm Comedy Central territory.

You can treat this as an expansion and mix the cards together with the base set. I would recommend this since it dilutes the sexiness to more sustainable levels. Additionally, there's no way to tell these cards apart from the original, but you'll need to start desensitizing your kids today if there's any hope for the future of the human race.

The innocent bystanders now come with their own super sexy bios like the Real Estate Agent/Escort and Aging Porn Star. The rules draw attention to this by introduce them as the 'INNOCENT' BYSTANDERS. You know. Because of sin. Lusty, shameful, wonderful sin.

Unlike the base set, Deep Undercover does not provide a sand timer. You won't last the full minute anyway, so this isn't a problem.

If you love Codenames, prepare yourself for wondering if "creampie" is one word or two, questioning your own sexuality and immediately answering it, and chafing. So much chafing.

Remember kids, the only way to safely play Codenames: Deep Undercover is to not play at all. But if you simply must, stay safe and stay hydrated.
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erak wrote:
wondering if "creampie" is one word or two

It depends on whether chocolate is involved. Or banana.
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Dave wrote:
erak wrote:
wondering if "creampie" is one word or two

It depends on whether chocolate is involved. Or banana.


A negotiation was required. I let my opponent use "crack whore" as one word so I could use "creampie" to connect "Beaver" and "Seed".
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As this is only available through Target and we don't have one anywhere near us anymore... can someone please share a list of the words from this version so that we can make and add our own cards to the regular game. I know that will take time, but think of all the karma. Cheers!
 
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neilprivate wrote:
As this is only available through Target and we don't have one anywhere near us anymore... can someone please share a list of the words from this version so that we can make and add our own cards to the regular game. I know that will take time, but think of all the karma. Cheers!


You could hop the border to Bellingham, WA.
 
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Sadly I'm a long way north of Bellingham. Shipping and tax from Target takes it close to $100cdn too.
 
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Looks like Meeplemart has it back East for you then!
 
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erak wrote:
This is the way the world ends. Not with a bang, but with rampant bangin'. Codenames: Deep Undercover is simply too sexy for this planet. Target was downright irresponsible unleashing this exclusive monstrosity--Caligula was assassinated for less.

When the box opens up, the pants come off. I don't mean you take them off or they falloff on their own, they simply disappear. I still haven't found mine. Just reading the rules out loud threw the rest of the players into a sloppy orgy. Oddly, the rules are identical to the original game.

Gameplay remains the same, though keeping a towel off to the side is highly recommended. 195 double-sided cards are included, providing 389 hot-and-heavy words, plus "Stool". These innocence-destroying cards toe the line between PG-13 and R. Real 10pm Comedy Central territory.

You can treat this as an expansion and mix the cards together with the base set. I would recommend this since it dilutes the sexiness to more sustainable levels. Additionally, there's no way to tell these cards apart from the original, but you'll need to start desensitizing your kids today if there's any hope for the future of the human race.

The innocent bystanders now come with their own super sexy bios like the Real Estate Agent/Escort and Aging Porn Star. The rules draw attention to this by introduce them as the 'INNOCENT' BYSTANDERS. You know. Because of sin. Lusty, shameful, wonderful sin.

Unlike the base set, Deep Undercover does not provide a sand timer. You won't last the full minute anyway, so this isn't a problem.

If you love Codenames, prepare yourself for wondering if "creampie" is one word or two, questioning your own sexuality and immediately answering it, and chafing. So much chafing.

Remember kids, the only way to safely play Codenames: Deep Undercover is to not play at all. But if you simply must, stay safe and stay hydrated.


dagnabit... you've earned your quarter.
 
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