I should have known that! – A trivia game about things you oughta know


Price: $20.00 - $19.99



Is starboard on the left or right side of a boat? How do you
say “Japan” in Japanese? Is a penguin a bird? How long did
Sleeping Beauty actually sleep?

…I should have known that! is an addictively entertaining
trivia game with over 400 questions about things that you
should know. In contrast to traditional trivia formats, you
don’t receive points for answering questions correctly.
Instead, points are subtracted for every incorrect answer!

Be prepared to see how much you know without Google and
Wikipedia at your fingertips! This fast-paced and hilarious game
guarantees nonstop brain freezes, laughs, and embarrassing
answers! One thing is for sure: it will only be a matter of
time before you hear yourself say… Doh!… I should have
known that!

Perfect for your next party or dinner with friends and family!Is starboard on the left or right side of a boat? How do you say “Japan” in Japanese? Is a penguin a bird? How long did Sleeping Beauty actually sleep?
In contrast to traditional trivia formats, you don’t receive points for answering questions correctly. Instead, points are subtracted for every incorrect answer!
Contains 110 cards with more than 400 questions about things that you should know
An addictively entertaining trivia game where it will only be a matter of time before you hear yourself say… Ahhh!… I should have known that!
Players 2+ / Age 14+ / Box size 5.7 x 5.7 x 1.8 inches



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