Poopyhead Game

Poopyhead – A Top Kids Game!

I know for a fact, you can get almost any child to play a game with the word poop in it’s title! This hot new game is called Poopyhead Card Game – The Game Where Number 2 Always Wins!! It’s sure to top the top kid’s games list for 2017.

My kids are sitting with me while I’m typing this post out and they are laughing about the title. I’m sure I will have to buy this one!

Here’s how to play the Poopy Head Game:

Poopyhead Card Game – The Game Where Number 2 Always Wins! – All must play their cards on a pile, keeping in mind that they play the right order: Toilet – Poo – Paper – Wash your hands. Once a player cannot play a card, he immediately pushes the whoopie cushion. Now, whoever has the most cards left, will need to place a poo on his head. After 5 games, the player with the most poo on his head loses!

My thought’s after research:

This looks like a good buy to me. It gives kids a reason to say the word poop. They say it all day anyway so at least it gives them a chance to get it out of their system….no pun intended! I like the fact that the little swirls of “poop” have elastic bands attached to keep them on your head. I’ve played games before that expect you to balance things on your head…not a good look. I also like the fact that this is a card game. It seems really hard these days to find a card game for kids. I mean, you can find the oldies like Go Fish and Uno but after a while, you may want to entertain the silly sense of humor our kids have. Believe me, they will love you for it.

Another great card game is Phase 10. We play it pretty often in my family. I like it because I can even get my little ones in on the action.

Have you played Poopyhead Card Game – The Game Where Number 2 Always Wins!? Let me know your thoughts in the comment section below!


14 thoughts on “Poopyhead Game”

  • Whoa… I can just imagine the giggles and smirks kids would have playing this game. I can also see it being a great gag gift for older folks – I have some family members who would get a kick out of it.
    I’m not certain that I’d want my kids “celebrating” poop… but I get that it’d be a huge laugh! I wonder what they’ll come up with next!
    Great pun, by the way.

    • HAHA! I’m glad someone get’s my humor! Let me tell you, This is coming to my next office party. I’m sure all of the “adults” that I work with will LOVE it.

      Thanks for your comment!


  • This isn’t just for kids haha! My family always does fun games at Christmas and I’m sure this would be the next great yearly tradition! Thanks for writing about this game, I think I’ll have to bring it to the family gathering next year.

    • No problem Katie! Please let me know how that goes. I’d be interested in seeing how it turns out with a group of “big kids”!

      Thanks for your comment!


  • Looks like a funny game! I like how it teaches kids to wash their hands and its a brilliant way to encourage good hygiene in children. Nice review 🙂

    • So true Dan! It was so smart of them to add in the order of each step of using the bathroom. Now if the kids will just remember it….Ha!

      Thanks for your comment!


  • Ha! My goodness this is hilarious! The games that are out there these days for kids are so funny. It does sound like a great game to play. My kids are all grown up now, but this would be a sure fire win for my son when he was little.

    • It seems like it might even be more fun for adults! Maybe we should get together and see how a few rounds turn out. Hope I don’t end up with poo on my head!

      Thanks for your comment Ashley!


  • Ha what an excellent idea! This must have the kids in stiches. Its my nephews birthday coming up and this looks like the perfect present for him.

    I’m not sure his parents will agree though lol

    • Haha! I’m sure his parents will like it too…if they play with you guys. This is one of those games where you can’t knock it until you try it.

      Thanks for your comment!

  • This sounds like a fun game that will bring the inner child in us adults. Oh wait, it’s meant for kids isn’t it? I grew up with UNO which was pretty fun. But this would probably take fun to a new height. I’m thinking it could easily fit for a gathering with a few crazy friends of mine.

    • You’re right Kenny, it’s hard to remember that this game is really meant for kids. LOL If you and your friends do ever play…try to remember this page and come back and leave a comment. I’d love to know how it turns out. UNO and Go Fish were my favorites. We never actually the Go Fish card set…we just used a regular deck.

      Thanks for Your Comment!


  • I’m excited!!! I’ve never heard of this game but judging from all of the comments it seems like a fun time! Thanks everyone!

    • Hi, Telia!

      I think this game would be great for a family game night! The kids get to see the adults act silly and everyone still has fun. How about that Phase 10 though?!? I LOVE IT!!!

      Thanks for your comment!


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