Per My Last Email
The Casual Party Game for Disgruntled Office Workers
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Per My Last Email
The Casual Party Game for Disgruntled Office Workers.
We all have those things that we want to say in the email chains at work. From avoiding confrontation with coworkers, to avoiding responsibility with the boss, Per My Last Email lets you say what you really mean. Using Passive Aggressive and Not-So-Passive Aggressive comments, your job as a player is to get as close to getting fired as you possibly can, without quite making it. Sending 'emails' never felt so good. Recommended for 4 or more players.
IT Expansion Deck | Per My Last Email
Expansion Deck for Per My Last Email, The Casual Party Game for Disgruntled Office Workers.. Original Game required to Play. Includes 100 NEW Cards themed for the IT Department. 25 NEW Email Cards 75 NEW Response Cards
HR Expansion Deck | Per My Last Email
Expansion Deck for Per My Last Email, The Casual Party Game for Disgruntled Office Workers.. Original Game required to Play. Includes 100 NEW Cards themed for the Human Resources Department. 25 NEW Email Cards 75 NEW Response Cards
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This is the party game that rewards you for avoiding responsibilities
Plagued by workplace annoyances? Finding yourself on ‘reply-all’ email chains you don’t belong in? Wishing you could tell Chad or Karen how you really feel? Per My Last Email rewards you for confronting your co-workers and avoiding responsibility by spicing up your email replies with passive and not-so-passive aggressive responses, and colorful excuses.
Game play so Easy,
even the Interns can figure is out
- You start the game with each player drawing Reply Cards.
- One of the players is selected as the ‘Boss’, and draws an ‘Email Card’
- All of the other players who are not the ‘Boss’ secretly respond to the Email Card with one of their Reply Cards.
- The ‘Boss’ then reads the Reply Cards and selects the best 'Reply' to assign the 'Email' card to.
- Players take turns as the ‘Boss’ until time is up or the deck is empty.
- At the end of the game, the player who has collected the most Email Cards, and earned their freedom Wins!
Go Ahead and Give it a Try! Flip the cards below and see which response would be your favorite!
So...What's in the box, Karen?
60 Email Cards
These Emails would encourage anyone to update their resume!
The Email Cards represent, work, conflict, annoying co-workers, and general workplace irritations. Players take turns drawing an email card, and judging the responses of their friends for the worst response.
240 Reply Cards
These are the responses you've been dying to send!
The Reply Card deck is filled with passive and not-so-passive aggressive responses, excuses and hilarity that the players all use to respond to the Email Card.These are the emails you would love to send, if it wasn't for that pesky need for a paycheck!
this will be your new go to party game
We know that you and your co-workers will have a blast with this game, and thought you could use a few more options for emails and responses!
So... What are you waiting for! Grab your expansion decks today! Pre-orders are available now!
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