If you've ever played a proper game of Would You Rather, you'll know it can be one of the most savage experiences known to mankind.

Would you rather be stuck in a room with Muggy Mike or Alex Beattie for an hour? Would you rather give up pizza or gin for life? Would you rather have to pronounce meme as memay for evermore or never be able to watch a Gemma Collins clip again?

These are some of life's most important questions which need answering, and boy do they require some thinking.

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Luckily, a brand new card game is on the horizon to help you consider these most deep of questions, and we've a feeling you're going to love it.

Pick Your Poison is a drinking game which mixes Cards Against Humanity with Would You Rather, and the results are spectacular.

Two versions of the game are available - a clean deck and a more NSFW set of cards (obviously we prefer the smutty version, but whatever floats your boat).


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Each pack contains 350 'poison cards' which include scenarios such as 'take five shots of tequila every morning at breakfast', and 'draw a penis between your first and last name every time you write your name'.

In every round, one of the players is nominated the 'judge' and will combine two of the cards, thus creating a tricky 'would you rather' scenario.

Players are then allowed to ask about the scenarios on the cards, and the judge can expand on them as they wish.


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After the questioning, players are asked to 'pick their poison', and have to hope the majority agree with them.

If the majority of players agree, they win the point, but if they don't, the 'judge' wins. Sounds pretty simple, right?

And if card games aren't your thing, you could always try your hand at prosecco pong...


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If you can actually get a ball in a glass without hitting someone on the head, we salute you.

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Rachel Pugh

Rachel Pugh is the Junior Social Editor at PRETTY52. She previously worked as the digital overnight editor for OK! Magazine. She started her journalism career in 2015, where she worked on the video desk for the Daily Star and Daily Express online. Since then she has worked as a publisher, journalist, copywriter and social media manager on a variety of websites, with subject matters ranging from menswear to pop culture.

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