Poopyhead is a funny game which has the added bonus of having to wash your hands. Kids might not know, but this game promotes concentration as players focus on placing alternating colors and a specific order of the cards: toilet, poop, toilet paper then wash your hands. The directions may sound a little silly but this game is very familiar, is not super competitive and easy once you get the hang of it.
We enjoyed this family game very, very much as we tested it with two players then the whole family too. All three of the boys in our family were able to play and despite the game being for Ages 6 and up, you will notice in the video below that little Ollie is only 4 and he easily learned how to play Poopyhead. Kids will enjoy the hilarious poops that go on the loosers’ heads and who doesn’t like whopie cushions?
Poopyhead is So Fun!
Our Family Reviews put together this video featuring Keller and Oliver to help you learn how to play Poopyhead. Besides for being informative, we think this video is just plain fun to watch.
Poopyhead Card Game • Ages 6+ • $16.99
Players lay cards on the pile in the right colors and sequence: toilet, poo, wipe and wash hands. As soon as a player is unable to play a card, they squeeze the whoopie cushion to end the round. The player with the most cards left must place a pile of poop headband on his/her hair. After 5 rounds, the player with the most piles loses the game. But, when it comes to laughter, everyone’s a winner! Game includes 5 poopy headbands, a traditional whoopie cushion, 48 sequence cards plus instructions.
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This Poopyhead product was given to us for free and all of these opinions about this product recommendation are my own.
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It looks great fun for boys
Yes, we really had fun with it and honestly its fun for boys and girls! IMO, all kids, whatever gender think gross stuff is silly. Agreed though too, my boys still laugh at hearing the word “poop”.
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