Talk About


What It Is: A friend mentioned this game to me as ‘gut-bustingly hilarious’, and so I pass it onto you for consideration for your next game night. The gist of the game is simple and non-PC (i.e. great if you love games like Cards Against Humanity). One person is the judge and draws an accent card. The remaining players pick a ‘phrase’ card from their hand and have to marry the required accent for the round with their phrase for the funniest pairing possible (as selected by the judge). Wildly inappropriate? Yes. But guaranteed fun if you’ve got a game group.

Who It’s For: Your office, for a bit of hijinks when Human Resources is nowhere to be found. Your game-playing friends, as a fun host gift for a weekend at their cabin. Your kid, to break out with their posse at their next party.

What It Costs + Where It’s At: $25 USD on their site + pricey shipping. But a quick Google search will net you other, less-costly options, like, which has it for $32.95.

What do you guys think? Would you give this game a shot?

8 Responses to “Talk About”
  1. Love board games, would definitely try it.

  2. Marina Pilkington says:

    Yes it sounds like. My family loves cards against humanity so I guess we are non-pc.

  3. Caroline Archer says:

    I might. I bookmarked the site as there are several great games on there!

  4. Susan says:

    With the right group of people, I think this game could be a lot of fun!

  5. Amy Doyle says:

    Oh my gosh I need this game in my life.

  6. Victoria Ess says:

    This sounds like fun, but accents aren’t my cup of tea!

  7. I would. I think my brothers would be so good at it.

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