Boardgamegeek.com has over 200 ratings for POOP, which was born from a Kickstarter campaign that nearly 700 people backed in 2014. Now you can buy it at Target and Amazon, where it has a solid four-star rating after over 400 reviews. At this point, it's kind of weird that you're not playing it right now.
Poopyhead And Doody Head
When you're trying to come up with a tagline for a poop-themed game, you want to pen something more inspired than "This game is s**t," because maybe someone will misunderstand. The Poopyhead game -- not to be confused with the Doody Head game -- offers up "The game where number 2 always wins." Get it? Number two? That's a s**t euphemism inside a gaming pun! Shitception!
Both Poopyhead and Doody Head ask you to hang a grogan right on your melon so others in the room can experience some solid jollity at your expense. In Poopyhead, you have to get rid of all the cards in your hand first, and if you fail, a crown of rubber ass biscuit for you, good sir. In Doody Head, someone just throws Velcro shits at you. Both games have hundreds of reviews, and neither one really does much to answer the question of why, exactly, a s**t on your head is such rollicking good fun. But if we've learned nothing else from the proliferation of dung-themed toys, it's that there is clearly a zeitgeist here. We live in shitful times.
Or, you know, kids think poop is funny.
Come on, you know you want that ridiculous poop emoji plush displayed prominently in your room. Go for it.
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