Sexy Slang

by Amanda Nettgen


Sexy Slang is the original version of this game. Click to order!Game:
Sexy Slang
Board game manufacturer:
PFF Entertainment LLC
Number of players:
4 or more

Quick verdict

Sexy Slang is a very raunchy group game. It’s perverted Pictionary meets dirty dramatics.

The game and gameplay

Despite being a game involving packages, SexySlang itself does not come with a lot of excess packaging, which is convenient. You must first assemble your two open-minded teams – battle of the sexes or not – and choose your provocative team name.

Click here to Put Your Foot Down: submit your OWN Footprint Rating and leave comments for this game!Rounds are always played at the same time, with two Slangmasters acting/drawing while the remaining team “members” guess.

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As is typical of Charades and Pictionary, mum’s the word and no digits or symbols allowed. Some of the cards are purposefully extra super kinky, so be aware! Play with a timer or without… the choice is yours. Ultimately, though, you want your team to win ten cards first.

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Pros and cons

If you have a naughty mind, then you’re likely to enjoy this game. Some of the pictures and/or acting can be fun to perform (while others such as “between the sheets” are hard to communicate).

That’s the thing, though… this game does not appeal to a wide audience. I find it hard to believe that there are enough adults out there who are mature enough – or rather, immature enough – to buy this game and be comfortable drawing “bumper to bumper” or “lunch downtown” around their friends.

The verdict

The difference between Sexy Slang and the better rated Naughty Charades is that Sexy Slang has cards which are more difficult and “out there”. A twisted sense of humor is a prerequisite for this game.

Boardgame Beast gives Sexy Slang two-and-a-half footprints out of five. Click here to leave comments and submit your OWN score for this game!

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