Base Game (UK)

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White Cards:

  • Used knickers.
  • The bloody Welsh.
  • Blowing up Parliament.
  • A Chealsea smile.
  • Waking up half-naked in a Little Chef car park.
  • Badger culling.
  • The sudden appearance of the Go Compare man.
  • Women in yoghurt adverts.
  • Pussy Galore.
  • A ginger’s freckled ballsack.
  • Some bloody peace and quiet.
  • Wiping her bum.
  • Doing a shit in Pudsey Bear’s eyehole.
  • England
  • Madeleine McCann.
  • A sober Irishman who doesn’t care for potatoes.
  • An entrenched class system.
  • The North.
  • Rubbing Boris Johnson’s belly until he falls asleep.
  • The Hillsborough Disaster.
  • Ripping off the Beatles.
  • Rohypnol.
  • The end of days.
  • Jedward.
  • A bleached arsehole.
  • A madman who lives in a police box and kidnaps women.
  • The Scouts.
  • Getting naked and watching CBeebies.
  • Ed Balls.
  • Millwall fans.
  • Not wearing trousers.
  • Cheating in the Paralympics.
  • The Honey Monster.
  • Anything that comes out of Prince Philip’s mouth.
  • Queen Elizabeth’s immaculate anus.
  • The Black Death.
  • Perfunctory foreplay.
  • A mad cow.
  • A fanny fart.
  • The Stig.
  • Wanking into a pool of children’s tears.
  • A posh wank.
  • Kids with bum cancer.
  • Haggis.
  • Jade Goody’s cancerous remains.
  • Cheeky bum sex.
  • Jehovah’s Witnesses.
  • Leaked footage of Kate Middleton’s colonoscopy.
  • The petty troubles of the landed gentry.
  • Scousers.
  • Maureen of Blackpool, Reader’s Wife of the Year 1988.
  • Bogies.
  • Blood, toil, tears, and sweat.
  • Scalping the Milkybar Kid.
  • Concealing an erection.
  • An AK-47 assault rifle.
  • Shipping convicts to Australia.
  • A foetus.
  • Ecstasy.
  • The BNP.
  • David Cameron.
  • Just touching David Beckham’s hair.
  • Extremely tight trousers.
  • Druids.
  • Trench foot.
  • An argument with Richard Dawkins.
  • The French.
  • Dirty nappies.
  • Germans on holiday.
  • One Direction’s supple, hairless bodies.
  • Paedophiles.
  • Daddies® Brown Sauce.
  • Pronouncing the names of northern Welsh towns.
  • Getting wed, having a few kids, taking some pictures, retiring to the south of
  • France, and dying.
  • Spaniards.
  • Gentleman’s Relish.
  • Slapping a biscuit out of an orphan’s mouth.
  • Excalibur.
  • Gary Glitter.
  • A white van man.
  • Hurling one’s body down a hill in pursuit of a wheel of cheese.
  • Shitting out a perfect Cumberland sausage.
  • The entire cast of Downton Abbey.
  • Cottaging.
  • Five litres of Special Brew.
  • A vindaloo poo.
  • A bit of slap and tickle.
  • A thousand Scottish warriors lifting their kilts in unison.
  • Buckfast Tonic Wine.
  • Tories.
  • 400 years of colonial atrocities.
  • Faffing about.
  • A nice cup of tea.
  • Mining accidents.
  • Jimmy Savile.
  • LYNX® Body Spray.
  • The way James Bond treats women.
  • Dogging.

Black Cards:

  • The Natural History Museum has just opened an interactive exhibit on ________.
  • Dear Agony Aunt, I’m having some trouble with ________ and I need your advice.
  • I’m sorry,Sir, but I couldn’t complete my homework because of ________.
  • The theme for next year’s Eurovision Song Contest is “We are ________.”
  • Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition. Our chief weapons are fear, surprise, and ________.
  • In Wormwood Scrubs, word is you can trade 200 cigarettes for ________.
    ________? Jim’ll fix it!
  • When I am Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, I will create the Ministry of ________.
  • What kept Margaret Thatcher busy in her waning years?
  • In her latest feature-length film, Tracy Beaker struggles with ________ for the first time.
  • Airport security guidelines now prohibit ________ on airplanes.
  • The school field trip was completely ruined by ________.
  • What did I bring back from Amsterdam?
  • The TFL apologizes for the delay in train service due to ________.
  • And the BAFTA for ________ goes to ________.
  • Next on Sky Sports: The World Championship of ________.
  • Channel 5’s new reality show features eight washed-up celebrities living with ________.
  • Instead of coal, Father Christmas now gives bad children ________.
  • Coming to the West End this year, ________: The Musical.
    ________: Once you pop, the fun don’t stop!
  • Channel 4 presents ________, the story of ________.
  • What are school administrators using to curb rampant teenage pregnancy?
    ________. That’s why mums go to Iceland.
  • Daddy, why is mummy crying?