PUN INTENDED

We were going to try to pun our way into adding this card game to your shelves, but we’re afraid you’ve already got a full house. Although we mostly craft them punintentionally, Punderdome asks its players to come up with puns about a specific subject on the spot in 90 seconds or less. Provided with a set of 200 cards, 100 topic cards and 100 situation cards, the cards in the room draw two cards and write down their best groan-worthy pun linking the two. If it takes a spark to get your pun motor running, just turn over the cards for inspiration. The only people we wouldn’t recommend play would be those with a broken humerus.

Oh, and the rules talk about Mystery Envelopes the hosts fill with things from their house for the winner, but we think we’ll just stick to giving the winner a fancy title like Sir Prize.

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