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What's Wrong With Grown-ups?

Kids & Family Version

Authentic Agility Game's kids and family tabletop discussion game What's wrong with grown-ups

$26.99

How often have you wished that your teen would stop playing video games, sending friends videos you can only hope are appropriate, and going out, and instead, share what they're thinking . . . with you? What’s Wrong with Grown-Ups?, a new card game from Authentic Agility Games, can help. A fun way to engage kids of all ages, the 500-question card game creates an open two-way dialog that allows you to make new connections and deepen your bond. They may think you're cool—for a few minutes.

Includes:

  • 1 die
  • 5 warm-up cards
  • 100 cards
  • 500 questions
  • 1 keepsake box
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Explore Questions from What's Wrong With Grown-ups?

PLAY

Which animal can you imitate? 
Show us!

CONNECT

What do your friends not know about you?

IMAGINE

What’s one invention you’d like to bring to life?

CHALLENGE

How do you force yourself to do things you don’t want to do?

GROW

Name one thing your parents or grown-ups always tell you. Why do you think they say that?

Reviews

  • "Put the screens down [and start] talking to your kids, getting those conversations."
    —Parenting and lifestyle expert Amanda Mushro

  • "Teens and grownups will love this card game that helps start conversations about opinions and beliefs. I love that there are no right or wrong answers when it comes to this family fun game."
    —Tara from Mom Knows Best

  • “I mean, the title alone makes me want to just play this game. I love this game for kids of all ages, teens, and tweens. Play with parents and grandparents.”
    —Parenting and lifestyle expert Amanda Mushro

A Different Kind of Game

Why Can’t We All Just Get Along? is a fun way to share and take in different perspectives on politics and religion. No really, it is! And to top it off, we donate our game proceeds to organizations that advance education and entrepreneurial initiatives. We can all agree that’s a good thing!
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