Watch Ya’ Mouth provides fun family game

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Kate Wagner

Watch Ya’ Mouth, a popular party game, includes mouthpieces, cards to read off of, and a timer. Players had to put the mouthpieces in and read off as many cards as they could before the time ran out.

Sitting around the table, family and friends try to read aloud a silly saying while they had a mouthpiece in, restraining them from being able to talk normally. This is the game “Watch Ya’ Mouth”.

The purpose of this game was to read off as many cards as one could in the timeframe, while another player tried to interpret what was being said. The challenge was that the player had to put in a mouthpiece, which made it hard to talk.

The game is retailed at $19.99, and includes 10 mouthpieces, a 60-second timer, and 143 cards. Some of these cards include phrases such as, “warm plum pudding” and “my lunchbox is filled with melons”.

This game was rated ages eight and up and was suggested for three to 10 players. “Watch Ya’ Mouth” was sold at Walmart, Target, Toys R Us, Bed Bath & Beyond, and Amazon.

“Watch Ya’ Mouth” had also been endorsed by many celebrities, including Ellen, Khloe Kardashian, Kevin Hart, Reese Witherspoon, and Jimmy Fallon.

“Watch Ya’ Mouth” was a fun game to play with family, friends, or at a party, but it was also unsanitary. The game left dirty and used mouthpieces, which required the consumer to clean up afterwards, so I rate “Watch Ya’ Mouth” four out of five stars.