Heard this one before? You're having drinks with friends and everyone is on their iPhone. One person is talking about their new diet (nobody cares).
Deck Around is here because parties need more fun -- more laughs, more surprise -- and more party.
It's easy: Each round, you pick a strange slang word and write a convincing-sounding definition for it -- convincing enough that you can trick everyone else into believing it's the real one.
Cleveland steamer; the Dutch oven; twerking... these are all words you know (for better or worse). But have you heard of a "soil sample" or the "Boston blowfish"? Well, in the party game Deck Around, you're going to convince your friends that you do -- by writing a ridiculous made-up definition and anonymously handing it in.
Watch the video above to find out how to play. Here's a quick description for if you can't hear or something:
"Pure fun the whole way through." -- Refined Geekery
"A conceptually hilarious game." -- OmniGamer
"All the ridiculous surprise of Cards Against Humanity." -- Uber Apparatus
"I had a BLAST playing this game!" -- Let's Level Up
"A modern card game that doesn't suck." -- Cool Material
"A card game in [an] adult/childish fashion." -- KitGuru
"Designed with the party crowd in mind." -- Noobsource
The full game has everything you need to Deck Around: