If you're unfamiliar with Cards Against Humanity (CAH), it's basically a party game in which players fill in the blanks of a sentence, using hilarious mature-content phrases printed on cards.
However, you won't need any prior knowledge in CAH.
Likewise for this spin-off known as What Do You Meme?, which relies on memes.
Created by Elliot Tebele, the person behind popular Instagram account F*ckjerry, the game started out as a successful Kickstarter project, which included 11 Singaporeans who backed the idea.
How to play
Here are the basics: There are two sets of cards -- one set consists of photos, or meme-related images, and another consists of possible captions for a chosen photo.
Each player will have seven caption cards.
Someone is chosen as a judge, to select a photo card.
The other players will then have to select what they think to be the most fitting caption for the photo from their hand.
Afterwards, the judge will decide the winner for that round after reading all of them out.
Want to play? They do provide international shipping, which means the game can be shipped to Singapore.
A basic pack starts at US$29.90 (about S$42) before shipping, which includes 225 caption cards and 45 photo cards.
An expansion pack is also available US$9.99 (S$14), which includes 50 caption cards and 15 photo cards.
A little pricey for playing cards, but the best part of the game are definitely these hilarious results:
Time to get grandma to chip in, perhaps.