Warning: Do NOT Play These 15 Hilarious Games Until After Your Kids Are in Bed

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Letting your 4-year-old beat you in Candyland for the thousandth time is fun and all, but as parents, we don't always want to play our kids' games — some of which involve getting hit in the face with a whipped cream pie or picking weird, gross items out of a plush head. Sometimes, we want to win at games, too, and sometimes, those games need to be weird, hilarious, and definitely inappropriate for little ones.

Turn's out, there are some pretty amazing games for parents who want to laugh at something other than the fact that almost every board game they own is for ages 2 and older. So when the kiddos are in bed and it's your turn to finally have some fun, try these adult board games at your next game night (which will probably break almost every rule you've ever laid out for your kids).

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Sick & Twisted Charades
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Sick & Twisted Charades

Get into teams, and use the sassiest, cheekiest clues you can think of in a game of Sick & Twisted Charades ($25).

02
Draw What?!
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Draw What?!

Pictionary just got a whole lot naughtier. Draw What?! ($35) will have you drawing words and phrases that are a little more, er, suggestive.

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Who's Most Likely To . . .
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Who's Most Likely To . . .

Nominate your other parent friends in Who's Most Likely To . . . ($16), which exposes the players for the craziest things they're the most guilty of.

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These Cards Will Get You Drunk
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These Cards Will Get You Drunk

These Cards Will Get You Drunk ($16) is a fun drinking game that's exactly what it sounds like. Rosé not included.

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Dirty Words: Party Edition
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Dirty Words: Party Edition

The words themselves might not be so bad, but in Dirty Words: Party Edition ($10, originally $15), your mind will definitely be put in the gutter.

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Taboo Midnight
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Taboo Midnight

Taboo is a wholesome game, but Taboo Midnight ($13, originally $25) is a different story. This edition features adult content only.

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5 Second Rule: Uncensored
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5 Second Rule: Uncensored

5 Second Rule: Uncensored ($11, originally $25) will probably make everyone blush a little, as players give answers to some suggestive scenarios.

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Utter Nonsense! Naughty Edition
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Utter Nonsense! Naughty Edition

Laughter will be contagious in Utter Nonsense! Naughty Edition ($13, originally $25), as parents act out a few sometimes inappropriate situations.

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Cards Against Humanity
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Cards Against Humanity

Cards Against Humanity ($25) is called "a party game for horrible people," but the funniness won't be lost on the sarcastic parents out there.

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The Game of Nasty Things . . .
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The Game of Nasty Things . . .

The Game of Nasty Things . . . ($13, originally $25) makes players write out ridiculous answers to some pretty uncomfortable questions, then match them with the person who was sick enough to write them.

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Word Mines
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Word Mines

Some parents might learn a new word or two while playing Word Mines ($25), a guessing game that's evocative yet insightful.

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Who In The Room?
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Who In The Room?

It's OK to point fingers while playing Who In The Room? ($20), which asks players some downright personal, crazy questions.

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That's What She Said
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That's What She Said

That's What She Said ($10) would make Michael Scott proud (or anyone who appreciates a good dad joke).

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Who Do You Meme?
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Who Do You Meme?

Fill out the most ludicrous caption you can think of to some downright saucy and entertaining memes in a game of Who Do You Meme? ($30).