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Friends Cards Against Humanity
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It's the one with…all the cards! If you've ever wished you could add a little Friends humor to a round of Cards Against Humanity, now you can. "The One With All the Cards" is an expansion pack for the party game, inspired by the popular TV show and packed with fun quotes and jokes any Friends lover will recognize (including Ross Geller's infamous, "What are you doing to my sister?" line). The product description says the deck includes 90 black cards, 144 white cards, and blank cards to create your own.

The One With All the Cards


Shop it! $15.99 (orig. $21.99), amazon.com.

While it's worth noting that this expansion pack is created by third-party shop Lacesi and not Cards Against Humanity itself, shoppers still enjoy it nonetheless.

The game is not eligible for Prime shipping, so it can take a couple of weeks for your order to arrive. There is another version of the game from the same seller that is Prime-eligible for $29.99, but it's unclear what the differences are.

Friends isn't the only beloved TV show with its own expansion pack: There's also a deck inspired by The Office from the same maker.

Box Against Office


Shop it! $25.99, amazon.com.

Whether you're a Friends fanatic or know someone who is, this is a must-have for anyone who loves the show and Cards Against Humanity. Below, shop the original game that boasts over 30,000 five-star reviews, plus more fun expansion packs created by the game-makers.

Cards Against Humanity


Shop it! $25, amazon.com.

Cards Against Humanity: 90s Nostalgia Pack


Shop it! $3.99, (orig. $5), amazon.com.

Cards Against Humanity: Geek Pack


Shop it! $5, amazon.com.

Cards Against Humanity: 2013 Holiday Pack


Shop it! $5, amazon.com.