Ask not what your country can do for you...

The Singaporean version of the famous, politically incorrect party game Cards Against Humanity has finally hit the streets of Singapore, and with a cute Singaporean name. While the existence of Limpeh Says is enough to get us excited, that's not all. They're calling on Singaporeans to help contribute card ideas from them. That's right, your rudeness could be immortalized in a party game. What are you waiting for?

The process of contributing is quite simple. Log on to their website and scroll down to find the section where you can suggest your card ideas. If chosen, they will be featured in the upcoming sets of the game.

Limpeh Says initially started as a school project by Tan Yong Heng, a graphic design student at NAFA, and due to overwhelming response is going on to become an actual game you can play at parties. In addition to the rude joke drive, there's also a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter, running till Jan 29. The first card set will be red instead of the iconic black (because national pride). Pre-orders have already begun on their website, and the first batch of the first edition should reach their owners by March 2017.