What Do You Meme? is the bonkers card game made for the internet age

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Every internet savvy person loves a good meme. If you have a zany sense of humor and a wacky group of internet-loving friends, then this game was tailor-made for you.

What Do You Meme? is an “adult party game” that has you compete with your friends and family to create the funniest memes. But this isn’t your grandmas Go Fish or Rummy.

Here’s how the game works: Each player holds a hand of caption cards, taking turns being a player and a judge. When you are a judge, you draw a meme photo that players must caption with their hands. The judge of the round chooses the best caption, with the “winner” of the round collecting the photo card. Whoever ends the game with the most photo cards, or caption “wins,” is the victor.

Shop: What Do You Meme?, $29.99

Like memes, the game has found a large and loyal fanbase, with more than 9,000 5-star reviews on Amazon.

One reviewer writes, “My family and I dabble heavily into memes, so I knew this would be a great fit. I planned a party specifically set around playing this and when the day finally came, it was totally worth it. Every round there was so much laughter we couldn’t speak.”

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