Because Friends had six main characters, all with their quirky, likeable nuances, fans of the show are always divided on who is the best.
While there have been many polls held to determine the public’s favourite friend, invariably there are still plenty of people rooting for every character – even Gunther.
But now a card game exists that will only serve to strengthen those divides and allow you to prove to your mates that you’re the best Ross, Chandler, Rachel, Phoebe, Monica or Joey.
Honestly, could this be any more brilliant?
Being sold on Etsy for the low, low price of £4.60, you can download these bad boys, except you have to print them off yourself and make them into what the profile picture displays. Let’s face it, the game appears very similar to a savagely popular game already on the market.
With more than 300 cards, the possibilities are endless (not really, but you get what I mean). The ad says it should take between two to three hours to cut the cards up and bring them to life.
One reviewer wrote: “LOVE THIS!! I’ve seen every episode of Friends about 100 times and this just makes playing cards even better! Warning: This uses a lot of paper and ink, but it’s so worth it!”
Another said: “So happy with this! Have yet to print it out but reading through the cards has been so entertaining.”
But if Friends isn’t your thing and you’re more of a Ryan Reynolds fan and lover of his unbounding brilliance, then we’ve got you covered.
According to Entertainment Weekly, there’s a card game inspired by Deadpool which will feature 100 custom illustrations of our pal Deadpool and follows a similar game-play style to that certain other cult game.
It includes a number of dry-wipe, fill-in-the-blank cards so players can make up their own scenarios – whoever comes up with the funniest caption wins.
A synopsis from the game’s creator USAopoly reads: “Winning requires players to tread outside of their comfort zone and fill in the blanks of cards that elicit inappropriate responses, ensuring outcomes of surprise, shock, and outbursts of laughter.”
Deadpool Vs the World, created by USAopoly, is set to go on sale this summer, costing $24.95 (£17.96) and timing perfectly with the scheduled release of Deadpool 2 – which came out in the UK yesterday.
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