Updated: Mar 7
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Outrageous party in a box
Great for parties
For the dirty minded thinkers
Faced paced, easy to play game
An outrageous party in a box, perfect for your next dinner party or game night. It's the board game equivalent of spiking the punch!
Great for parties! Fast paced and hilarious on every turn—a naughty twist to Cards Against Humanity.
This game is as dirty as your mind wants it to be. Play with different friends for wildly different outcomes!
Take this with you to hen parties, stag dos, girls night in, Christmas parties or birthday parties.
Adapted from the original US version to satisfy your deadpan British humour...Dickens would be proud.
We all say it. Now lets play it.
that’s what she said, the hilarious party game of twisted innuendos and raucous gameplay where sidesplitting laughter and sip-spitting cocktails is the norm. you may, in fact, wet your pants.
this outrageous party in a box has players matching hilarious red setup cards to the funniest white phrase cards. designed for four or more adults, the game includes 400 white phrase cards and 58 red setup cards.
Pre-drinks wanna know which friend is a super freak? play that's what she said and learn all your friend's dirty secrets.
Game Night that's what she said is the perfect game for [adult] family game... but only if you can handle hearing your best friend (or dad) say ridiculously dirty things!!
Hen Parties host the ultimate hen party by bringing that's what she said—it’s the board game equivalent of spiking the punch.
You’ll never see your friends the same way again.
designed for four or more players, that's what she said takes 30-60 minutes to play. unlike other party games, all the cards within the game are designed to work together to maximize the evening's hilarity and minimize those awkward well-that-wasn't-funny moments. also, after each round, players can discard one card that doesn't tickle their pickle (that's what she said!) and redraw to keep their hand funny and fresh. the player known to be the kinkiest of the bunch is the first judge, and starts the game by reading a red setup card to the group, while the remaining players select the most inappropriate card from their hand for consideration. the judge awards the winner the red setup card as a marker, and the first player to collect five saucy setup cards wins.