New party card game comes from Louisville creators

New party card game comes from Louisville creators
The pair spent a year working on the game and coming up with scandalous questions. (Source: WAVE 3 News)
The pair spent a year working on the game and coming up with scandalous questions. (Source: WAVE 3 News)
Matt Deaton and Paras Tiwari (Source: WAVE 3 News)
Matt Deaton and Paras Tiwari (Source: WAVE 3 News)

LOUISVILLE (WAVE) - Two Louisville friends have rolled out a risque card game they hope will to hit this summer's party circuit.
 
Friends Paras Tiwari and Matt Deaton were both recently married and have been to their fair share of dinner parties.
 
"We were just tired of the same old mundane questions. I mean how many times have you been to a party, 'how are the kids? How's school? How's work? Over and over again," Tiwari said.
 
So the friends started coming up with their own questions and turned it into a revealing card game called Know Thy Neighbor.

The pair spent a year working on the game and coming up with scandalous questions, they claim, everyone wants to know the answers to. They collected data from friends, family and had their wives give input on the game's questions.

"If you could ask your significant other anything? What would you ask them? And what better reference than our wives? We we're 'like honey, if you could ask me anything, what would it be?'" Tiwari said.
 
The cards ask for some pretty revealing information. The creators admit it's a definite party game suited for people 18 and older.
 
"College kids, newlyweds, grad students, anyone who wants to have a fun drinking game," Tiwari said.

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The concept is pretty simple; players try to guess the correct answer to a question, the first player to get seven cards wins.

Know Thy Neighbor creators said they've gotten a ton of support from their neighbors here in Louisville. The game is even being sold at several local stores, including 50Lou Gift Shop and Louisville Game Shop on Baxter.

"The community of Louisville has started to see this around at local events, we're starting to go retail. We've had help from all different angles," Tiwari said.

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