+ What is a Shirtcocker?
One who wears a shirt, but no pants or undergarments, either because pants were misplaced at a pants off party or because of a heightened appreciation for cool breezes.
Famous Shirtcockers: Donald Duck, Mozart, Winnie the Pooh, Tom Cruise in Risky Business
Adj: “Craft beers are so shirtcocker right now.”
Verb: “What a beautiful day for no pants, I think I’ll shirtcock today.”
Noun: “There were no Shirtcockers at Burning Man this year.”
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+ What if I don’t know how to say an Accent Card?
Players must attempt the accent as indicated on the Accent Card. Rules are rules! However, it’s up to you how you interpret the Accent Card. If you’re stumped, here are a few suggestions:
- Think of someone you know or someone you’ve seen in the media that you associate with the Accent Card, and use that for inspiration.
- Use the Google machine to generate ideas.
- Draw inspiration from a player that goes before you.
- Phone a friend.
+ Will there be future editions of the game?
We have content and ideas for multiple expansion game sets, all of which complement the base 500 card set.
+ How many players can play at one time?
It can be played with as few as four and as many as twenty.
+ How long does it take to play the game?
That’s up to you. We’ve played games of Utter Nonsense that last anywhere from 30 minutes to several hours.
+ How soon can I expect to receive my game?
Game sets will ship within 3-5 business days. We'll let you know when they're on the way.
+ What are the shipping costs?
Shipping is free anywhere in the continental US. For shipping outside the continental US, costs are calculated at checkout depending on the destination and number of games ordered. Internatational shipping rates do not include local tariffs (if any), which vary by country and are paid by the consumer. If ordering multiple games to the same destination outside the continental US, contact us and we'll confirm the most cost effective rate.
+ What is your return policy?
We don't really have one, but if you hate the product or it showed up damaged, contact us at email@example.com and we'll talk.