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12 Gross Games For People Who Love The Yuck-Factor


Growing up, board games were my jam. I would much rather sit and play a game of Guess Who or Monopoly than watch TV or go outside. To me, the strategy and excitement of a board game could not be compared.

I guess we were lucky as kids, though, because our board games were pretty amazing. There's been a recent trend of "gross" games taking over the toy industry and I must say, I hate it.

These games all have one thing in common: they love the yuck-factor. Do you?

1. Poopyhead

The goal of the game is to not end up with poop on your head, which should also be your goal in life. This card game boasts "butt-loads" of fun for the whole family and it includes a Whoopie cushion.

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2. Pull My Finger

Spin the wheel to find out how many times you have to pull this cheeky monkey's finger. His butt inflates with each pull, each time trying harder to hold in a fart. At some point, he won't be able to hold it anymore and he'll fart. Try not to be the one who pulled his finger that time, otherwise you lose.

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3. Doggie Doo

Feed your dog, and hope it poops! That's right. The person who collects the most "fart tokens" wins the game. It sounds ridiculous, but it's insanely popular among kids.

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4. Who Tooted?

Everyone gets a remote which will randomly light up. When yours does, click your button to release a fart sound. Everyone else's job is to try and guess who made the sound, while your job is to keep a straight face when you do.

There are 10 different fart sounds, so you never know what's about to fill the silence.

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5. Gooey Louie

"You can pick your friends, you can pick your nose, but never pick your friend's nose." It's something we all heard when growing up. But apparently that doesn't hold true anymore.

Stick your finger up Louie's nose and grab a booger. If you pick the wrong one, Louie's eyes pop out and his brains fly out...y'know, just like real life.

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6. Pimple Pete

Pete clearly has acne issues, and it's up to YOU to help him with them. Pull the zits from Pete's face, but be careful not to pop the mega-zit on his nose or else you'll get sprayed with puss (water).

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7. Toilet Trouble

Spin the toilet paper roll and find out how many times you have to flush the toilet. Be careful, though! One too many times and you'll get sprayed in the face!

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8. Pop The Pig

Feed the pig until his stomach explodes and shoots food at you! What's not to love?

Admittedly, this game isn't that gross, but it's a little morbid to say the least.

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9. Bed Bugs

There is nothing appealing to me about bed bugs, but apparently I'm in the minority! In this game, the creepy crawlers skitter around the bed while you try to catch them with your tweezers.

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10. Don't Step In It

The funniest part about this game is that it suggests you can play this alone. I'm just trying to picture someone choosing to dodge fake poop as a way to entertain themselves and it's hilarious.

It is a funny game for the whole family, though. Step in the least amount of poop to win!

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11. What's In Ned's Head?

Poor Ned. His head is full of spiders, rats, an alien, socks, a screw, and countless other objects. When you draw a card, you have to reach your hand inside Ned's Head and pull out the object on your card, based entirely on feel.

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12. Fishin' Floaters

Never in my life, and I truly mean never, have I had the desire to fish floating pieces of poop out of water. I don't even like fishing for fish. But this bath game has six piece of fake poop for you to reel up from the tub.

Get one here.

Which one will you be getting?

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