It's summertime and the living is good — filled with backyard BBQs
, beach time
bronzing, and games, lots and lots of games. Read on for a collection of silly, OTT, and slightly raunchy games that will have your guests LOLing all night long.
DIY Donut Twister:
We live for throwback games and are really feeling this sugary sweet version of the classic. Careful though, donut get tangled up! (via Studio DIY!
What Do You Meme ($30):
"A millennial card game for millennials and their millennial friends." 'Nuff said.
This popular drinking game — AKA Beirut — may win best party game, ever. (Photo via Getty)
Uncommon Goods Awkward Moment Card Game ($19):
Relive the awkwardness of being a teen with this hysterical game full of mortifying moments and the reactions and decisions that go along with them.
DIY Guess Who:
Customize your own board with pics of your party attendees for max hilarity. This creative DIY also makes a fantastic gift for the gamer in your life. (via Almost Makes Perfect
Cards Against Humanity ($25):
Are you a horrible person? Probably not, but we think you'll like this game anyway.
DIY Cement Dominoes:
There's nothing better than a game of bones with your buds. These cement pieces have a pop of color and are super simple to make. (via Lovely Indeed
This is one of the oldest board games, and we can see why it's stuck around! Make your own glittery gold version and take on your bestie. (via Atilio
Mattel Apples to Apples Party Box ($29):
This classic game is the ideal post-BBQ activity. Compare people, places, events, and things, and hear the laughter roar on.
The Voting Game ($25):
With questions like "Who would survive longest in the zombie apocalypse," how could this not be an amazing party game?!
DIY Tetris Cookies:
Here's a Nintendo throwback game that is both delicious and interactive. Challenge other '80s babes to see who can stack the tiles fastest. (via Sugar & Cloth
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