Playing The Believer Box of Bad Advice is like attending a game night hosted by your favorite comedians. Drawing on content from the comedic advice column for The Believer (McSweeney's monthly magazine), this parlor game--inspired by popular games like Apples to Apples--makes hilarious use of material written by Zach Galifianakis, Fred Armisen, Judd Apatow, Mindy Kaling, and more.
Playing this is like attending a game night hosted by your favorite comedians. This parlor game—inspired by the likes of Apples to Apples—makes hilarious use of material written by Zach Galifianakis, Sarah Silverman, Judd Apatow, Mindy Kaling, Fred Armisen, and more. The Believer Box of Bad Advice
contains 200 cards—100 "Questions" and 100 "Answers.” The rules are simple: The dealer distributes five "Answer" cards to each player and then draws one "Question" to read aloud. The players then choose the "Answer" from their hand that they feel is the funniest response to the dealer's question.
The dealer judges the answers to his question and decides which player wins, usually based on whichever card elicits the most laughs. Random hilarity is guaranteed!