We were absolutely buzzing a few months ago when it was confirmed that there's going to be a Friends reunion, but following coronavirus, it's reportedly been postponed.
However it's not all doom and gloom because there's a Friends version of Cards Against Humanity and honestly, our boredom has been cured.
If you've played the regularly version then you'll know you usually discover how wild your friends can be but in the Friends version it's based on how funny you are and how well you actually know the TV show.
So, it's just like the normal version where one person asks a question from a black card and everyone else has to chose their funniest answer on a white card to win the run.
Because it's all about banter that means there will be no awkward moments or questioning how well you really know your family or pals like you usually do when playing the regular game.
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Some of the cards include, "What beats rock, paper scissors", "What's 'pulling a Monica'" and "Monica is going to rue the day that she put me in charge of...".
Earlier this year it was confirmed that the Friends cast were reuniting for a one-off special when Jennifer Aniston - aka Rachel Green - posted on Instagram, "It's happening..."
The famous gang are set to reunite for an "unscripted special", confirming the news, Kevin Reilly, CCO of HBO Max, said "Guess you could call this the one where they all got back together — we are reuniting with David, Jennifer, Courteney, Matt, Lisa, and Matthew for an HBO Max special that will be programmed alongside the entire Friends library."