This project's funding goal was not reached on June 2, 2013.
About this project
Jesus was resurrected. Why not Faggles to Faggles?
By popular demand, we’re printing a second edition of Faggles to Faggles. After our first batch, we’ve gotten inquiries from across the country asking us to do another run. Our goal is much bigger this time—spread the word!
If you're gay, gay-friendly or just generally amoral, you’ll love Faggles to Faggles—an outrageous, queered-up party game for you to enjoy with the girls. In this game of judging (hey, it's what gays do best), each card is more outrageous than the next.
Here’s the deal: grab three friends or more and then draw a card with an adjective on it. The rest of the players, who hold cards with nouns on them, must play the card they think you would choose for that adjective. So, if you drew the card “racist” would you pick “the French,” “Miss Piggy” or “rainbows?” Each card has a unique, hilarious definition that will keep you in stitches time and time again.
A small investment of fifty bucks will get you hours and hours and hours and hours of entertainment. Believe us, we've played this game with dozens of people for hundreds of hours and it never gets old.
Risks and challenges
This is our second Kickstarter and we’ve got this down to a science. 90% of the work is done—we just need to get a critical mass of people to buy the game to make sure we can cover our costs.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
There will be some new cards. We're going to take out all of the sugarmama/sugardaddy cards from the first round and replace them with new cards. Also take out some of the more DC-specific cards and cards that we think should be retired. All of these will be replaced with hot hot fresh cards.
Clearly you can't put a price on happiness.
We're pretty much making these at-cost -- this includes custom full-color printing (which is hella expensive), packaging and shipping. So, yeah, we're not going to be high-tailing it to Costco to stock up on Kirkland vodka based on all the money we make. Although, we'll probably be doing that on our own dime.
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