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The original Cards Against Humanity is obviously hella fun, but those cards can get a little too real. The Nostalgia pack lets you take a break and throw it back to simpler times — you know, times when the president was only involved in one scandal.
This Amazon’s Choice expansion pack pays tribute to one of the most beloved decades, with 23 cards (7 black, 16 white) of pop culture references.
Throw out the black card “Tonight on SNICK: Are You Afraid Of ________?” and answer with “Pamela Anderson’s boobs running in slow motion” or make a reference to a Clarissa Explains It All episode where she tries to understand Nirvana lyrics.
Cards Against Humanity isn’t called “A party game for horrible people” for no reason: You’ll revisit moments like Kurt Cobain’s death and the mortgage market crisis, and somehow sexualize the innocent act of watching RealMedia clips.
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People in the reviews give the game props simply because no one under 25 will be able to play. This is a game for kids who grew up and actually remember the ’90s — not just those born before the clock struck 2000.
Amp up your strictly adult parties for just $8 here, and if you don’t already have it, get the original game for $25 here. Other expansion packs include the Geek Pack, the World Wide Web Pack (written with anonymous Reddit users), and the College Pack.