Eat Poop You Cat!
November 16, 2004 7:32 AM   Subscribe

Eat Poop You Cat! is "a variant on the exquisite corpse family of games... The mutations can be hilarious. You don't have to 'know how to' draw. You don't have to 'know how to' write. Just keep the papers moving, until the space is used up."
posted by sciurus (7 comments total) 2 users marked this as a favorite
I used to have a huge stack of papers with Eat Poop You Cat games on them, but I think I may have lost them in my recent move. Last year at thanksgiving we played with about 13 people, and my dad was laughing so hard I thought he was gonna have a heart attack. So, if you enjoy dying, I heartily recommend this game! :)
posted by emptybowl at 8:38 AM on November 16, 2004

We call it the Ferry Game because you can play it in the car while waiting for a Seattle ferry. All you need is paper and a pen.

Best EPYC line we ever started with: "Old Croatian proverb: In a land of many pants, a man will call for a shirt."
posted by GaelFC at 9:48 AM on November 16, 2004

EPYC came up in the Exquisite Corpse thread several years ago. That was the first I'd heard of it, and I've had great fun playing it my family and friends. It's probably the funniest game I've ever played. I too have a bundle of game papers that I've been meaning to scan. Thanks for reminding me, and thanks for spreading the good word!
posted by Songdog at 10:11 AM on November 16, 2004

It is indeed a funny, funny game. Highly recommended. (And I can't draw worth a damn.)
posted by languagehat at 1:16 PM on November 16, 2004

This one is laughtastic.
posted by euphorb at 8:06 PM on November 16, 2004

It's a good game to play when you're sitting around over holidays sort of chatting but sort of wanting a half-assed focal point to the evening if you're just damned tired of talking. Good for medium to biggish sized groups where people don't know each other too well.
posted by jessamyn at 12:49 PM on November 17, 2004

Funny, reminds me of This old thread
posted by mervin_shnegwood at 7:03 AM on November 18, 2004

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