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Information in English.
Shit happens to everyone, and it can really happen in the bedroom! In Shit Happens: 50 Shades of Shit, there’s some seriously dirty stuff waiting for you on these cards. You’ll read through them and rank the cards according to their shittiness. Is wearing too-tight underwear BETTER or WORSE than watching a 4-hour sexual harassment training session? Is it WORSE than getting a giant hickey on the neck? Rank the card, and if our Misery Index agrees with you, you get to keep it. Correctly rank 10 cards and you win! For 2 or more players.
These super sexy cards can be played on their own, but if you’re feeling frisky, they’ll make beautiful babies with all of the Shit Happens versions.
The game includes:
200 unique cards not included in the original Shit Happens game.
Can be played as a stand-alone game or as an expansion deck.
Misery Index ranges from 1-100, from bad, to awful, to WTF!
Each situation has been evaluated and ranked by our psychiatric team of experts.
Easy to learn, hilarious to play!
We Know Our Shit!
We’ve asked a panel of highly qualified professionals to carefully evaluate each situation card, and rank them on our Misery Index, which runs from 1 to 100. The panel included marriage counselors, therapists, career counselors and social workers; collectively representing over 150 years of clinical psychiatric experience.
How To Play:
First, shuffle the deck, deal three cards, and place them in numerical order of their Misery Indexes. The remaining cards will be used as your draw pile (aka, your big pile of shit). Pluck a card from the top of the pile, and try to guess where it fits within the index. You don’t have to guess the exact index number (which would be, like, impossible). Instead, all you have to do is guess its proper place within the index. If you guess correctly, you win the card. If not, it passes to the next player to guess. The first person to accumulate 10 cards wins!