Queefing Game from Parker Brothers

Parker Brothers to Unveil New “Guess That Queef” Game

In a controversial move, game night connoisseurs Parker Brothers announced today that they plan to release their newest game entitled “Guess That Queef.” The game is geared toward Ladies Night gatherings, but could also work as a unique couples game night.

Company spokesman Keith McElroy explained the new concept by comparing the game as a “mash-up of (their) already-existing games of Monopoly, Ouija, Bop It, Sorry!, Probe, and Aggravation.”

“It’s like Monopoly because there are some people that are just good at queefing and they are going to totally own every aspect across the board. It’s like Ouija because it will get a bit creepy and weird. Some folks will get uncomfortable and want to leave, while others will be inexplicably over-interested in the game.”

McElroy continued, “I bring the comparison of Bop It and Probe because of the insertion device that will help the non-natural queefers still have a shot at being competitive, while the Sorry! reference is more for when an incident occurs that involves accidental crapping.”

McElroy concluded that “The Aggravation portion is more of a parallel to couples night when your best friend can tell your significant other’s scent much quicker than you.”

Guess That Queef is set to hit shelves in late fall of 2015 and is already on back order from their pre-sale that began just hours ago.

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Queefing Game from Parker Brothers
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