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By anonymous / Saturday 10 November 2012 11:02 / United States
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By  thehoffy512  |  4

That means her sex life is pathetic too

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  rexcanis  |  10

Not unless OP was the judge. "My" anything is in the judge's perspective. If the OP was the judge, then YDI for picking her card as the winner.

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  shayshayshazam  |  14

It was probably just for a laugh. But now OP can plan a really kick ass break up. Apples to Apples : the reunion. Just a bit of pre planning and she'll be leaving in tears! Muahahaha!

By  Zoomali  |  1

What a b!tch.

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  TaffyMichele  |  9

Some people play where it refers to the player that played it (my friends do it, and I think it's stupid because you're not supposed to know who played the card -.-). And if it was on a create a card one, then when they ask what it's supposed to say and the girl answers "my sex life," they're gonna assume it's hers if they don't play where my=judge.

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Apples to apples is a card game. There are two stacks of cards. The red apple cards feature a noun and are dealt to the players. A judge draws from the green apple deck, which features adjectives. The players then set down one of their red apple cards that fit with the green apple cards, either truthfully or to be funny. The judge then decides which card is the best, and the player who played that card gets the green apple card. Whoever has the most green apple cards wins. So really, OP was probably overreacting and the girlfriend played the card to be funny and get the win.

By  charliegunn  |  2

Everyone knows you don't win by being truthful, you win by being funny, and knowing the person who picks the card. And if your sex life is pathetic, you might try to do something to fix it. At least now you know.

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  annie_nk  |  22

Very true. I was judging the word Painful and my brother put down Bangkok. He won the round lol. Plus I think those blank cards are an automatic win card because they can be played perfectly to the judge.

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