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David HuntBy David Hunt
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David HuntBy David Hunt
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      Andy dlugosielski on

      This is a good day

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      Andy dlugosielski on

      I play with of group of 30 years olds as well, some of us, including myself have very stressful jobs where you have to keep you composure. Games like this are a great way to relax and have fun for us. Put two "cum"cards in there for me.

    3. Kit Temple on

      Sounds great - thanks.

    4. David Hunt Creator on

      We have plenty of Dumpster card ideas that were less explicit and didn't make the final cut, so I'll check with my manufacturer, but I think it'd be very doable to create two versions of the game: Filthy / Extra Filthy versions, that you can choose between with the same card count.

    5. Kit Temple on

      Hi David. No, that would be the same as throwing them out after getting them. I'm not saying I would faint at the sight of them - just saying it is a shame to remove cards and feel like you don't have a complete game.
      I suppose 340 and throw 20 out doesn't make that much difference. It's just with games like Funemployed, they have made for both types of audience with a bunch of risque cards but nothing explicit - hence leaving it to the players to decide how 'blunt' they want to be.

    6. David Hunt Creator on

      Ah, I get you. Would it help if the truly explicit cards were a free option you choose to include?
      Meaning at the end of the campaign I'd send out a survey, and you then decide if you want those really explicit cards in your box, but we wouldn't charge you any differently.

    7. Kit Temple on

      Hi David. Not sure you quite understood my comment. Cards like "Pleasure" / "Plunger" / "Hot Dog" you can make them be as explicit as you like according to the group. But a word like "cum" is immediately unsuitable for some groups (I don't mean vs. kids, I mean based on the language that group will normally use).
      Same with swear words, if you have a card in there with "F***" it would be unpleasant to use for some people that don't normally swear.

    8. David Hunt Creator on

      Thanks for the feedback!
      It's true, this game can get pretty explicit at times - which is a lot of the fun, but understandably that's not everybody's kind of humor. One great thing about this game is that a lot of how you sell a product or what you sell is completely up to your own choice and interpretation! So even if you have the cards to make a "Cum bucket" you have plenty of other cards to use that might even make more sense to use that round. I agree It would be a shame to just throw out cards, so I hope you're happily surprised with how the game plays without modification.

    9. Kit Temple on

      Looks good fun. Small bit of feedback: I play with a mature gaming group (we are mostly 30s-50s) in UK. There are a few cards I noticed which are a bit too explicit, such as 'cum' which would be much better as something like 'bodily fluids'. It's a line between 'rude' and 'crude' - and we find it funny to be quite rude without being so explicit.
      Eg. Saying things like, "While the lady is... enjoying your company..." and not saying, "While you are having sex with the woman" (or even more colourful language).

      Of course I realise there is always the "throw away the cards you don't like" option - but no-one likes to throw away bits of a game :)