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FML - The follow-up

Today, during a family game of "Cards Against Humanity," I had to explain to my mom what queefing is. FML

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OP here. Yes, I'm aware (NOW!) that it isn't a "family game!" My sister-in-law brought it to play after our family dinner. None of us had ever heard of it before. My mom is very innocent, so hearing her have to read out some of the lines was probably the best part of the game. She was crying from laughing, my brother got a nosebleed from laughing, and I almost threw up. I also had to explain to my dad what "road head" is. Poor guy.
By lulinator - / Thursday 5 March 2015 16:30 / Canada - Saskatoon
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I think it's perfectly fine to play with your family as long as you're close with eachother and don't get offended. I've played few times with my mom, brother, and a few other people, and all of us had a good time. you can play with anyone you're comfortable with :) family or not

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#24, if OP was (understandably) uncomfortable explaining what queefing was to her mom, then I don't think they're close enough to play, but I do agree that it's normal to play with family.

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YDI for playing that game with people you'd be embarrassed to talk to about that sort of thing. You might as well complain about being embarrassed that you decided to watch 2 girls 1 cup with your mother.

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OP here. Yes, I'm aware (NOW!) that it isn't a "family game!" My sister-in-law brought it to play after our family dinner. None of us had ever heard of it before. My mom is very innocent, so hearing her have to read out some of the lines was probably the best part of the game. She was crying from laughing, my brother got a nosebleed from laughing, and I almost threw up. I also had to explain to my dad what "road head" is. Poor guy.

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I played with my family once. Parents, brother, 15-year-old sister, uncle, aunt and two very elderly grandparents. We all had a great time! But yeah, I'd agree that it probably isn't suitable for most families.

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