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KinderPerfect Now Has 400 Cards
We launched KinderPerfect last year with a 200-card game that rocked Kickstarter and quickly became a Top 100 Card Game on Amazon. Yet, we knew there was more fun in modern parenting.
The original 200 card game only just started exploring Calliou and placenta eating. We still wanted to grow our Cards Against Humanity for parents.
So we spent the summer getting new card ideas and testing them to make sure we had 400 hilarious cards ready for you this Christmas.
Pre-Order Your 400-Card Game Now
Thanks to the modern miracle of global supply chains, we now have a 400-card KinderPerfect game heading to the USA and Canada.
You can be one of the first to have the new, larger game when you pre-order the new game directly from us. You’ll also get FREE shipping on all orders to USA addresses.
Our cards are headed to our warehouse soon and we’ll be shipping them out at the end of November. All orders will arrive by Christmas Eve, so you can celebrate the holidays with our bigger, better KinderPerfect card game.
Cards Against Humanity plays a creative prank on Black Friday shoppers every year on the day after Thanksgiving. Ever since we created our “Cards Against Humanity for Parents“: card game, we’ve been wondering one question:
What will CAH ask us to buy for Black Friday 2017?
CAH has already been busy this year with fun card packs to make us laugh – and think. So far CAH released the following games and expansion packs in 2017:
- Cards Against Humanity for Her: This is a stylish game for girls that is exactly the same game as the original Cards Against Humanity, just $5 more and in a pink case. Why? Because girls are worth it.
- Period Pack: Its their most absorbent pack yet with 30 brand new cards written while they were all on their periods. Best played every 25 to 35 days. Lightly scented to help prevent odors.
- College Pack: To relive the days you were in college and ate ramen noodles and had sex all the time. Well, at least one of those. Contains 30 cards about throw up and blue hair and a special poster for your dorm room.
- Weed Pack: This expansion pack includes 30 new cards about weed, Taco Bell, and mass incarceration, if you find that funny. We would rather get high before a playdate.
With those four expansion packs for sale on Amazon, we don’t think CAH will have another card pack for this Black Friday, but will look to do a prank like last year’s giant hole or the Super Bowl potato ad.
What prank do you think Cards Against Humanity will do in 2017?
What could be in the mind of CAH co-creator Max Temkin and his team of 10 co-founders? How are they going to prank us in 2017? Who is going to give them money no matter how crazy their idea? We are just as curious as you are!
To help you think about the Cards Against Humanity Black Friday 2017 prank, here is a look back a previous Black Friday jokes they’ve played on us all.
Maybe one day KinderPerfect will be so popular that we can have our own kinky KinderPerfect Black Friday Sale.
Cards Against Humanity Black Friday History
Let’s take a retrospective look back at the foolishness CAH played on the rest of us over the years. You have to love their creativity and dedication to the craft of humor. We only wish we had CAH’s chutzpah to delivery such crazy ideas every Black Friday.
Cards Against Humanity Black Friday 2016
In 2016, Cards Against Humanity celebrated Black Friday with a Holiday Hole – a massive hole in the ground for no reason whatsoever. When asked “Where is the hole?” they responded with the sad, and telling, “America. And in our hearts.”
Still, online donors contributed $100,573 to dig a giant hole (that they eventually filled up, for insurance reasons). Who would pay real money to dig a hole? Here is their top donor list – aka the biggest fools ever:
- $1,750 – Robert in Sunnyvale
- $1,003 – OneDollarBob in Baton Rouge
- $1,002 – BlueDriver in Mount Pearl
- $1,001 – TacticalGear in St. Louis
- $977 – JP in Santa Clara
Cards Against Humanity Black Friday 2015
In 2015, Cards Against Humanity offered people the ability to buy absolutely nothing for $5. And yes, 11,248 people gave them $5. Even more shocking, 1,199 people gave them more than $5 by filling out the form more than once. One enthusiastic fan of the card game even went so far as to give them $100 for nothing. Cards Against Humanity made a windfall profit of $71,145.
The CAH staff spent the money on themselves – buying fun things from a Macbook Pro to a gold vibrator and lube – and donated to causes they cared about. We love that they were transparent with the money that American consumers game them for absolutely nothing.
Cards Against Humanity Black Friday 2014
In 2014, CAH went to a farm in Texas and bought enough pasteurized bullshit to package it into 30,000 boxes of poop, which they sold for $6. And game co-creator Max Temkin says all of the made-in-America bullshit was sold out in less than two hours. And then an aftermarket sprang up on eBay with people selling their “Bullshit” packages at a 600% markup.
Now it wasn’t all for naught. CAH did make 20 cents on each $6 box of bullshit and they donated the profits to Heifer International, a charity that providing livestock to poor people to eradicate poverty and hunger.
Cards Against Humanity Black Friday 2013
In 2013, CAH co-creator Max Temkin thought to himself that anyone can do a sale for Black Friday, so what could CAH do that is different? How about raising prices by $5? Yep, that’s exactly what they did. They raised the price of CAH from $25 to $30 on Amazon.
The result? They sold more games than usual on Black Friday, maintaining their lead as the most popular card game in America, and saw a nice sales lift on “Regret Saturday” from people who were waiting to buy the game until it came back down in price.
Cards Against Humanity Black Friday 2012
In 2012, CAH didn’t do a Black Friday prank. Instead they issued a “pay-what-you-want” Holiday Pack of 30 vaguely holiday-themed cards. People gave about $3.75 on average for the expansion pack, with CAH donating over $70,000 in profits to the Wikimedia Foundation.
In 2013, they did a promotion called 12 Days of Holiday Bullshit, sending out 12 tiny presents over 12 days to 100,000 people, including a lump of coal and a card with the buyer’s name on it. The profits from that 30-card expansion pack went to DonorsChoose.
In 2014, CAH did a promo called 10 Days or Whatever of Kwanzaa and sent 11 presents to 250,000 people, including miracle fruit and 1 square foot of a private island they bought called Hawaii 2. The 30 cards raised $250,000 for the Sunlight Foundation.
We are excited that KinderPerfect is popular with parents – we are now a Top 100 Card Game on Amazon. Yet we are always humbled when we get a great Amazon review that reveals how our cards speak to parents.
We now have over 130 reviews on Amazon, and the vast majority of them are 5-star reviews. Some are short, just one sentence, but other reviews are long on detail and love that warm our hearts.
Just read this great 5-star review by Joette about how she enjoys KinderPerfect and compares it to Cards Against Humanity.
This is like Cards Against Humanity growing up and having kids.
I play KinderPerfect at our regular Mom’s Night Out and OMG! it is too funny. Its as if Cards Against Humanity grew up and then had kids. The question and answer cards speak to me as a parent.
- Poop or chocolate? – I ask this question daily.
- Crying over spilled breast milk – yep, done that.
- Beer cooler at the birthday party – Now that’s an idea!
The cards were crowdsourced from actual parents. I know because “a crowning selfie” was my suggestion. And yes, cards like that (actually pretty much every card) leads into a funny conversation when you are playing with friends, or some awkward ones if you are playing with family.
It was an interesting voyage of discovery playing this at a family reunion!
The cards themselves are the exact same size at Cards Against Humanity cards, so you can add them to your deck as another expansion pack, but I intend on playing it as its own game.
I like how its not as potty-mouthed as CAH so we can play with little ones running around underfoot. Only the parents will get answers to questions like “How we got your little brother?” or “Why is daddy in time out again?”.
We think KinderPerfect is an awesome game all by itself – its a Top 100 game on Amazon! – however any game can get boring if you don’t mix it up with new ways to play. That’s why we are excited that KinderPerfect fans are adding our game to Cards Against Humanity to create a whole new game for parents.
KinderPerfect cards are the same size as CAH cards. The red cards add spice to the black CAH cards, and since both KinderPerfect and CAH have white answer cards, players can add their ideas into the answer pile without anyone knowing who played a specific card.
Best of all, the combinations are hilarious!
Amazon Reviews of Combining KinderPerfect and Cards Against Humanity
We can tell you how fun it is to mix KinderPerfect and Cards Against Humanity, but don’t take our word for it, here are actual verified purchase Amazon reviews:
Case’s Amazon Review
Side-splitting! Great gift for parents. I highly-recommend it. It’s a Cards Against Humanity Style game for parents.
Kristy’s Amazon Review
So we bought the game awhile ago because honestly, being a stay at home mom, I need to have a social life. We have a ton of parent friends who would rather drink and play cards then go out so we are so glad we bought this! It’s hilarious!
My “parent friends” and I have a terrible sense of humor. Borderline insane. We play Cards Against Humanity a lot and we like to give each other hell. We have decided that KinderPerfect, for now, is definitely a mom game.
Rooney’s Amazon Review:
When there are no kids around, like on Moms Nights out, I like to combine KinderPerfect with Cards Against Humanity, which creates a whole new, twisted game. The red cards contrast with the black ones, and everyone gets excited when we come back round to them. The white cards play just like CAH white cards, just better for parents. Combined, you get combos that make everyone crack up.
John’s Amazon Review
I love playing Cards Against Humanity, but I usually play with other Dads, and while the game is fun, adding in KinderPerfect makes it way better with questions like: “Why does daddy drink?” or “Why is daddy in timeout again?” or “Signs you are THAT family” Just imagine all the fun answers you can find in a CAH deck! God bess, this is a great game for guys – buy it for your wife, play it with your pals.
Noelle’s Amazon Review:
OMG!!! So. Funny! It’s Cards Against Humanity for parents and if you have kids, you will sh#$ yourself laughing! Please, sir, can i have some more!?
What Are Your Favorite KinderPerfect and CAH Combinations?
Enough of what other people say about our “Cards Against Humanity for Parents.” Tell us which card combinations make you laugh when you mix KinderPerfect with Cards Against Humanity by tagging us on your favorite social media using the #KinderPerfect hashtag.
If we really like your card combination we might just send you something special for your Christmas stocking.
We love seeing positive KinderPerfect reviews on Amazon. They are proof that our “Cards Against Humanity for Parents” game is fun and funny for everyone. Recently, we received several reviews on one of our cards that made us smile .
Card Review: Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?
We crowd sourced all the cards in KinderPerfect from actual parents, including us. One of our original card ideas was “Brown bear, brown bear, what do you see?” based on the children’s book of the same name that we were reading every night, again, and again to our kids at the time.
We are excited to hear that Amazon customer Michelle Burnham likes this card as much as he does. Here is her review:
“We played this with a group of parents on a multi-family vacation. It was so much fun! Very funny. Our favorite card was the ‘Brown bear, brown bear, what do you see?’ card. Every option was perfect for that one!”
Lisa Sorenson has a whole different Amazon review. She used the Brown Bear card to announce her pregnancy.
“I love this game! Cards Against Humanity is too raunchy for me personally… I’ve played with parents and other non-parents, and everyone has really enjoyed it. My husband and I even played it with our parents and used the cards as our pregnancy announcement by writing on one of them! “Brown Bear Brown Bear, what do you see?” ‘My unfinished baby book for baby Sorenson, due July 2017’ It worked perfectly!”
When making KinderPerfect cards, we are always nervous about the cards. We want to make sure each card is funny in its own way, and helps parents laugh at the challenges of modern parenting. We’re excited that millennial moms love our Brown Bear card. We hope you will too.
Parents hate Caillou. That’s the overwhelming message from the 700 millennial parents who submitted almost 8,000 card ideas to create KinderPerfect, the new card game for parents that’s like Cards Against Humanity.
Surprise! Parents Hate Caillou
When we asked parents for card ideas when we launched KinderPerfect, we expected they would suggest cards about poop and puke, the twin shocks for new parents. We did get card ideas like, “a poop mural” and “projectile vomiting,” but we also got a whole slew of cards hating on Caillou.
Parents have a deep hatred of Caillou, the animated television series about an inquisitive four year of the same name. We never imagined that a cartoon toddler would create such animosity. As Americans, we had never seen the show, and didn’t know much about the bald Canadian child.
Then we watched a show in the name of market research.
Caillou is a Whiny Bitch
Wow! Once you watch the show, you’ll realize why parents hate the show so much. It starts with the annoying theme song that introduces Caillou’s whiny voice, which then never shuts up. He has a sister named Rosie, a cat named Gilbert, and two parents without any noticeable personality traits, besides letting Caillou act in ways you’d never want your kid to act.
He whines non-stop, orders people around, foolishly hurts himself, throws senseless tantrums, and causes endless trouble, then shares his self-centered views about all these activities, while his mother stands idly by or even encourages him. All the signs he’s THAT family.
And why is he bald? Caillou is purported to mean “pebble” or “bald head” in French, and the show creators apparently made him bald as a way to represent all children, but how many bald toddlers do you know? There are whole Internet memes trying to explain why he is bald.
Oh, and its pronounced Cai-yoo, just to be extra annoying.
Caillou is Why Mommy Drinks
Usually, we can watch our children’s shows and find some fun in them. Not so with Caillou. Do not watch that show sober. You need at least one glass of wine before that theme song starts. Why? Here are a few reasons why Caillou makes mommy drink:
- The Cat: Why does it magically become a puppet, a talking puppet at that, and then switch back to being a regular cat, without any explanation? Even in cartoon-land there needs to be a reason to morph between shapes.
- The Mommy: Why does the mom act so casual during real emergencies? Caillou gets the chicken pox and she doesn’t do anything, which means poor Rosie gets the pox too. And wow, she needs a much better bra! No mom – cartoon or not – should have her saggy post-pregnancy boobies dropping like that.
- The Grandma: Episodes start with a grandma narrating a story about Caillou to two kids, and Caillou is a doll. So is this a story about Caillou, or a story about a grandma reading stories about Caillou? Or is it a cartoon about a story about a cartoon? Good luck answering those questions!
Blame Canada for Caillou
Canada usually obsesses about having a positive international reputation for love and neutrality. Yet Canadians are surprisingly tolerant of a bald toddler creating new foreign enemies every day.
Caillou is produced in Canada and was inspired by a popular Quebec children’s book series. The television program started in Canada, but is now shown on PBS in the USA too. Of course this has promted many parents to petition PBS to stop showing the children’s program, and rightly so.
But why does Canada continue to export Caillou? Could it be that Caillou is an accurate portrayal of Canadian parenting? Could Canadian parents be raising a generation of whiny bitches? Can this be the outcome of a tolerant marijuana policy? Too much maple syrup and whiskey? Probably…
In the process of developing KinderPerfect, a new card game for parents now on Amazon.com, over 700 millennial parents submitted almost 8,000 card ideas to create parenting-themed question and answer cards similar to the popular Cards Against Humanity card game. Their suggestions for KinderPerfect reveal a generational shift in parenting.
“We expected to see many card suggestions around poop,” says Wayan Vota, co-founder of KinderPerfect. “We were really surprised by the many ways millennial moms are consuming their own placenta.”
Card suggestions included the seemingly mainstream practice of creating placenta pills from the afterbirth, yet other ideas included “an ice-cold placenta smoothie”, “placenta pancakes”, and “placenta lasagna”. Some parents even suggested, “an umbilical cord sample platter.”
“As a GenX parent, I never thought about eating my own placenta when giving birth to our two daughters,” says Amy Vota, KinderPerfect co-founder. “Yet it turns out that humans are one of the very few mammals who do not engage in placentophagy – eating their own placenta just after childbirth. Millennial moms are taking us back to our mammalia roots.”
Consuming breast milk was also central to card suggestion ideas, including “breast milk popsicles,” “breast milk coffee creamer,” and “breast milk pancakes.”
Other insights from the thousands of card idea submissions include a deep hatred of Caillou, an animated television series about an inquisitive four year of the same name. For example, “Caillou, that whiny bitch,” is indicative of the overall dislike of the children’s character.
“I never imagined that a cartoon toddler would create such animosity,” says Wayan Vota. “As an American, I was surprised at parents’ visceral hatred of a bald Canadian child.”
Dreaming of Sex
Netflix is now central to the parenting experience, with multiple references to just watching, and often binge watching the television streaming service. Suggestions included the phrase, “Netflix and chill,” that refers to having sex while watching a TV program. Netflix is also used a digital babysitter, where that extra hour of screen time is an opportunity for parents to create younger siblings.
Sadly, millennial parents are not having that much sex. Following in the footsteps of their GenX and Baby Boomer parents, they are going long stretches without sex, or trying to copulate in hushed and hurried circumstances, such as “silent couch sex,” that was mentioned along with “Netflix and chill.” Card suggestions included question cards like “Our code word for sex is ____,” with responses including, “adult wrestling,” “daddy time,” and “Dora the Explorer.”
“During every Design Party, where we test out new card ideas, the ‘Our code word for sex is ____,’ card always creates a entire discussion about the duality of being parents and also being lovers,” says Wayan Vota. “Parental sex, and the lack of it, is a timeless challenge for parents,” concurs Amy Vota. “Millennial parents have more options to entertain and distract their children to allow for intimacy, but they still struggling with exhaustion that comes with parenting.”
Drinking Away the Pain
One way millennial parents are coping is through copious amounts of alcohol. KinderPerfect uses “mommy juice” as a euphemism for wine, but submitters are more frank with their alcoholism, and associated guilt. There were 40% more card suggestions that featured “wine” than those that featured “sex,” with multiple references to “a sippy cup of wine,” “the whole bottle of wine,” “the second bottle of wine,” “not enough wine,” and a favorite, “a bottle of fine whine”.
We designed KinderPerfect to be the Cards Against Humanity for parents that you’ve been dreaming of playing this Christmas. Like every parent, we love our kids, but they can drive us crazy. It’s their antics, and those of other children, that inspired us to make KinderPerfect.
Why We Made KinderPerfect Like Cards Against Humanity
Parenting is tough. You don’t get an instruction manual when you leave the hospital with your newborn, yet everyone you meet has an opinion of what you are doing wrong or should be doing differently. Worse, it’s usually your parents.
We want KinderPerfect to be safe place for parents to laugh at the pain of parenting, and allow them to discuss the real challenges of raising kids. That’s why we took the basic game play of Cards Against Humanity (and Apples to Apples before it) and adapted for the Millennial parenting experience – from the baby shower onwards.
For example, our kids had us read “Brown bear, brown bear what do you see?” until we memorized all the pages in that set of books, and started making up our own animals for it to see. And what parent doesn’t have a half-assed drawing taped to their refrigerator?
Another one of friend’s daughter was always sucking on the ear of a stuffed animal for over a year, only taking it out of her month to eat. She wouldn’t allow her mom to wash it either. That inspired the card, “No, don’t put ____ in your mouth!” And the potential answer card, “Another damn stuffed animal.”
Why KinderPerfect Is Like Cards Against Humanity for Parents
Our aim is to take the everyday pain of parenthood and make it into an excuse for mommy juice!
The “Parent” player will read out a red Question Card and other players will submit their white Answer Cards. The Parent picks the winner they like the best, well, because they said so. The winner then becomes the Parent for the next round. You win by amassing useless Answer Cards, just like in real life!
KinderPerfect plays well with other games, like Cards Against Humanity and Apples to Apples, but it’s also great to play on its own. We have 210 casino-quality cards that will integrate seamlessly with other games and last stain-free longer than a baby onesie.
Better yet, you can help us make new cards and if we use your idea, we’ll send you a free game!
Are you looking for Cards Against Humanity expansion packs? New card games to enliven your existing CAH card stock? Then you’re going to love these six secret CAH expansion games we’ve found just for you.
Secret Cards Against Humanity Expansions
We’re huge fans of unofficial CAH expansion packs that take the humor of CAH and apply it to uniquely American niches, producing biting satire across the country.
These games are often produced by leaders in their respective fields who want to bring a bit of levity to their profession. Support their efforts by buying a game from them. Who knows – you might actually get the inside jokes!
Disgruntled Decks is a card game for military service members and grizzled Veterans who enjoy laughing together about their time in the service.
With a unique blend of descriptive language and military themes, Disgruntled Decks gives one more reason for service members and Veterans to talk about their shared experiences while having fun in the process.
The founders of Disgruntled Decks strongly believe that humor is healing, and some Veterans still have a good amount of healing left to do. They hope to provide some of that humor with Disgruntled Decks.
A Game for Good Christians
A Game For Good Christians was developed through years of many irreverent and deeply theological conversations; Bible studies, seminary classes, sermons, readings and reflections are at the root of this game, as is deep exploration of the Bible.
The cards capture stories, characters, and statements from the Bible. Some familiar and comforting, others frightening and confusing. The Bible, like humanity, is messy because it contains the messy relationship between the divine and humanity: a relationship which is humorous and horrifying.
A Game For Good Christians embraces this dissonance. They ask you to do the same.
JadedAid is a new card game for world-weary development workers to be the cynicism they want to see in the world.
Their idea is simple: take the everyday frustrations of working for the Development Industrial Complex (the DIC) and turn them into a prescription for fun! JadedAid incorporates cross-cutting themes like paternalism, chauvinism, and elitism to illuminate the inherent discrimination and dissonance in international development.
JadedAid should be played with copious indigenous alcohol and really good friends. Best if at least one donor is marginalized afterwards. And yes, they have an expansion pack too!
Cards Against Urbanity
Cards Against Urbanity is the card game for horrible places. It replaces all the cards in a Cards Against Humanity deck with jokes by and about urbanists. The cards are less offensive than CAH, but definitely irreverent.
Players can create sentences like “Architects should really pay more attention to _______”, filling in the blank with “a blue-haired amateur historian,” “Mr. Monorail,” or “Peak beard.”
Cards Against Urbanity is a product of GreaterPlaces and Do Tank D.C., a tactical-urbanism group composed mostly of city-design professionals.
Wilted Green is a party game for the eco-cynic in all of us. They took the concept of Cards Against Humanity and added an environmental twist. Now you can kick off those Birkenstocks, fill up your Nalgene with craft beer, and take a break from saving the planet in good conscience.
Wilted Green is a way to poke fun at favorite overplayed stereotypes, unintentional parodies, and familiar caricatures in the wonderful world of sustainability. After all, you’re not a real environmentalist until you’re using your own poop as compost for your backyard garden.
Each Wilted Green deck brings levity to the kind souls among us who carefully weigh the environmental consequences of every decision they make.
Okay, we are totally biased, but we think KinderPerfect is the best Cards Against Humanity expansion pack. With every single card crowdsourced from actual parents, it’s a hilarious voyage of discovery for parents-to-be!
Everyone will be screaming with delight or derision as they answer questions like:
- Before kids, I never thought about _______.
- Why is daddy in time out again?
- Signs that you are THAT family.
- Why does mommy drink?
Get KinderPerfect on Amazon to surprise new parents with tales of poop, puke, and Caillou – the triptych of modern parental terror. Need cards right now? Download our print-at-home PDF!
Is your baby shower tonight? Do you need a quick and free printable game to play like Cards Against Humanity? And do you need it right now?
In super rush? Download the KinderPerfect PDF and start playing within the hour!
Below, we review three free and fast awesome printable baby shower games that you can download now, and be playing today.
Free Printable Baby Shower Games Like Cards Against Humanity
Roll into your baby shower today with one of these printable card games and you’re guaranteed to be that cool friend who knows just what every mom (and mom-to-be) needs to laugh at the insanity that is pregnancy and childbirth.
Okay, we are totally biased, but we think KinderPerfect is the best game to play at your baby shower.
Download KinderPerfect now.
With every single card crowdsourced from actual parents, it’s a hilarious voyage of discovery for parents-to-be!
Everyone will be screaming with delight or derision as they answer questions like:
- Before kids, I never thought about _______.
- Why is daddy in time out again?
- Signs that you are THAT family.
- Why does mommy drink?
Get KinderPerfect on Amazon to surprise expecting moms and new parents with tales of poop, puke, and Caillou – the triptych of modern parental terror.
Need cards right now? Download our print-at-home PDF and you can be playing in an hour or less – perfect for last-minute baby shower gift givers.
Babies Against Parenthood
Designed by Amanda Hearn at The Eco Friendly Family, the free-to-download Babies Against Parenthood is a funny, multiplayer party game.
This version for baby showers is more PG than Cards Against Humanity, but thankfully that’s open to interpretation.
You can download the PDF and print out cards for your big event.
Cards Against Humanity
Of course, you can always go back to the original. Cards Against Humanity is available for free downloads under their Creative Commons license. You can download the original game here and print it out yourself.
Making the full card set will take an hour and cost about $10 if you print it in black and white. Less if you use your work printer (not that we’d do that!).
If all that sounds like too much work for you (it does for us!) we again recommend taking the easy route and just buying KinderPerfect on Amazon or downloading our print-at-home PDF.