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Never Have I Ever

The Game of Poor Life Decisions

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  • All those shameful things you did? It's time to share them
  • The best way to really to get to know your friends
  • Relive all of life's awkward and embarrassing moments
  • Played by Ellen DeGeneres to make her celebrity guests squirm


Remember all those times you...
  • Ate something out of the bin?
  • Gave alcohol to a small child/pet?
  • Cried out the wrong person's name during intercourse?
  • Urinated in a public place?
  • Took a selfie with a corpse?
Perhaps not. But if you did, all of these terrible decisions have finally paid off. Now you get to wear them as proud badges of honour in Never Have I Ever.

The aim of the game is to confess, guess and bust open the window into your friends' humiliating lives. Dig up old bones, liberate the skeletons from the closet and relive all those awkward and embarrassing moments. The first player to gain 10 cards and build their wall of shame "wins" (depending on your outlook on life). You'd never think that such a game could breed such competitiveness. Oh it can.

The only rule is – no judgement. Though admittedly this only really applies during the game.

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4 Reviews

Average 5/5 stars
  • "I haven’t opened or played with this yet, looking forward to the other half opening it so I can "
    Heather - 5th of December, 2017
  • "Perfect game for those wine filled summer nights to find out a little about your fell friends and have a dame good laugh at there expense!! "
    Gareth - 2nd of February, 2017
  • "Looking forward to playing this with drinks and all my filthy friends."
    Charlotte - 18th of January, 2017
  • "Hours of dying of laughing!"
    Sonya - 31st of August, 2016