Guaranteed to make you laugh so hard your water breaks.
Perfect for baby showers, gender reveal parties, or any other awkward occasions.
Even better with a sippy cup full of tequila.
CADS ABOUT MATERNITY
It has been about two years since Cads About Matrimony first started crashing weddings worldwide. Since then, you've spent a lot of time doing the baby dance. Just in time for you to unleash your spawn unto the universe, we give you: Cads About Maternity.
From the maker of the hit wedding party game Cads About Matrimony comes a new but equally repugnant card game for bad mommies: Cads About Maternity. Made for irresponsible new parents with dark, dirty minds, Cads About Maternity will prepare you for the most revolting, amazing, exhausting adventure of your adult life.
Based on the same basic matching format of the classic Cards Against Humanity, the game is simple to play. One player reads a question card out loud. The other players each submit an answer card. The best answer wins. The results are as joyful and disgusting as parenthood itself.
Play this completely inappropriate excuse for a game.
THE CADS ABOUT MATERNITY STORY
Cads About Maternity is the bastard love child of the hit wedding party
game Cads About Matrimony. Created for bad mommies (and daddies)
with dirty minds, Cads About Maternity brings the same gleeful horror and
offensive wit to another sacred human institution: the joy and miracle of
parenthood. I created this game after I realized that baby showers, gender
reveal parties, and many other awkward procreation celebrations were
suffering from the same lameness as weddings were. For those who want to
celebrate someone special's future spawn but are tired of pink and blue
bingo or eating chocolate "poop" out of diapers, Cads About Maternity is
here to save you. Start your parenting journey off right with jokes about
important topics such as rogue ninja sperm, Viet Cong-style sleep
deprivation torture, and breast pump foreplay. Created by one (twisted)
mommy, for all (depraved) mommies, make the last time you ever have
grown-up fun an occasion to remember.