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The popular notoriously risque game Cards Against Humanity now has a “inappropriately appropriate” version that – despite the name – is 100% parent-approved.

Not Parent Approved is a new kid-friendly card game designed to encourage creativity, imagination and face-to-face interaction – no screens involved. The rules of the game are simple. Each round, one player picks and reads a question card and everyone else has to fill in the blank with the funniest answer card.

Not Parent Approved is also portable, making it the perfect addition to events like picnics, road trips and holiday gatherings. $24.99 on Amazon.

Caroline Parsley, The 100 Companies

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