As many of us head into our second week of self-isolation, slight delirium is well and truly setting in. I, for one, live by myself, and conversations with my plants have become the norm (fine, right?). In a bid to combat said delirium, we’ve all thought of some innovative ways to socialise and stay focused – the TikTok #HorseChallenge, for example, or this completely blank 2,000-word puzzle. House Party has also become the norm. Well, let me throw another option into the mix – a free, online version of ‘Cards Against Humanity’.

Yep, you can now play that infamous damn game up in the cyber-webs with your mates. All you have to do is head over to playingcards.io, start a new game, then share the game’s unique link with your group chat. Up to 6 people can play at a time, and normal rules apply – a question is drawn, everyone picks their most iconic answer, and the judge decides. Add wine and video chat into the mix, and you’re bloody laughing.

May you and your mates unleash your inner pent-up filthiness together.

Your Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday nights are now sorted, thanks to online Cards Against Humanity. (Saving Saturday for a living room sesh, obviously.)

Image: Cards Against Humanity / playingcards.io