Do you have any idea what’s going on inside the heads of the opposite sex? Do you know a clutch from a tote – or the offside rules? Delve into the mysteries of the gender divide in this furiously fun party game – and end, once and for all, the battle of Boys vs Girls.
Nothing fires up a party like a bit of competition. Pitch the males against the females and find out who knows each other best. Does he forget to put the seat down – does she sing Tina Turner in the car? Who’s a better driver? There’s no place to hide those secrets, habits, and annoying quirks. Break down stereotypes or bring out the evidence.
The competition’s heating up…
Just like his culinary repertoire, the game’s format is appealingly simple. You’ll need a clear head and fast thinking skills to emerge victorious. Naturally, you’ll first be divided into two teams (no fraternising) – males and females. Each team takes turns to draw a question card. The timer is turned.
You are asked to provide a list of five items on topics such as, “What women carry in their handbags, well, better don’t go there !” or “Male dream jobs,….ah….we know what you lads keep thinking about all the time !”.
If the opposing team can match your answers, they’ll reclaim the points!
Just like a woman asking if she looks good in her party dress, the game is outwardly simple, but oh-so-challenging.
Questions like “Men’s most annoying habits?” ensure plenty of good-tempered arguments. Teams will shout, scream and yell their way to triumph or failure.
Let’s face it: Gender Wars makes other dinner party games and family games look tame in comparison. So bring it out for guests during the festive season, or as an alternative to the Christmas Day movie – it’s perfect for diffusing energy, especially if you’ve been wrestling with a thankless turkey for the best part of the morning!
The boxed Gender Was party game includes: pack of question cards, rules booklet, score pad, sand timer, and pencils.