by Dan Gibson
There's already a bunch of trivia nights around town and an adult spelling bee, so why not a Cards Against Humanity night? Unplugged Tucson, the wine bar at 118 E. Congress St, is giving it a shot and for $5, you can win prizes, be inappropriate and eat free pizza. Hard to see a downside.
For those who don’t know: Cards Against Humanity is nothing like the party games you've played before, it is just as wicked and objectionable as you and your friends.
The game is very simple. Each round, the person whose turn it is asks a question or reads a statement with information omitted (like MadLibs) from a black card, and everyone else answers with their funniest white card. The true challenge is being able to offer a white card in reply that best fits the sense of humor of the person who has asked the question or offered the prompt, as they decide the winner. The more deplorable the better with Cards Against Humanity!
Believe me, you will crack a million laughs with this, specially over wine!
Tickets are $5 and include a spot in the tournament with the chance to win a prize for showing off your tasteless skills, and FREE PIZZA!
The tournament starts at 7 p.m. and runs until 10 p.m. More info at unpluggedtucson.com.