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Created by Jeff Foxworthy, Relative Insanity Inspires Millions of Hilarious Family Game Nights


BELOIT, Wis. (September 13, 2021) — PlayMonster LLC is proud to announce that their runaway hit game Relative Insanity, created by comedy legend Jeff Foxworthy, has reached one million games sold! Bringing billions of belly laughs to game nights, PlayMonster and Foxworthy continue to grow the Relative Insanity game line with more insanely-hilarious punch lines and inspire players to embrace the crazy humor in every family.

“Wow – one million games! And it was all inspired by the insanity of my own family and friends,” remarked Jeff Foxworthy, comedian and creator of Relative Insanity. “I’d like to thank the crazy family members out there – everyone has at least one, and that’s what Relative Insanity is all about!”

These laugh-out-loud party games use bits of Foxworthy material and punch lines that mix-and-match to create wacky situations. Everyone has a crazy friend or family member (or two or three) and can relate to this game’s universal family humor. Jeff Foxworthy is one of the most respected and successful comedians in the country. He is the largest selling comedy-recording artist in history, a multiple Grammy Award nominee and best-selling author of more than 26 books. Widely known for his Blue Collar Comedy Tour and redneck jokes, his act goes well beyond that to explore the humor in everyday family interactions and human nature.

“Since we launched Relative Insanity in 2018, it has quickly become a fan-favorite among our robust portfolio of games at PlayMonster,” said Scott Flynn, VP Sales & Marketing at PlayMonster. “We’re excited to mark the one million milestone and continue the legacy of laughter alongside Jeff Foxworthy.”

To celebrate one million games sold, PlayMonster recently kicked-off a national promotion bringing Relative Insanity to comedy clubs across the U.S. Participating comedy clubs are hosting live game play between sets, limited edition Relative Insanity drink coasters with Foxworthy’s punch lines, game giveaways and of course, loads of laughs.

PlayMonster currently offers a range of Relative Insanity game options all made and played by Jeff Foxworthy, and the perfect games to bring the fun to seasonal family gatherings. Why not laugh off Thanksgiving dinner? The line-up includes:


  • Relative Insanity, the original game – In Relative Insanity, you read a setup card aloud, like: “When my brother brought out his new baby to show the family, Granny blurted out…”Then everyone else chooses one of their punchline cards to finish the phrase, like: “You are not the father!” or “Somebody took a trip to the land of bad decisions,” etc. In between laughter, the reader picks the funniest one to give that player a point. It’s a different hilarious game each time you play! Perfect for 4 to 12 players, ages 14 to adult. Available at Walmart and Amazon, for $19.99 MSRP.


  • Relative Insanity, the expansion packs: Take the fun of the original game to the next level with customized cards for extra laughs. The expansion packs are ideal to add even more content and fun to the original game. Perfect for ages 14 to adult and priced at $9.99 MSRP.
    • Yes, Guuurrrlll!
    • Family Gatherin’!
    • Old Farts!
    • Young’uns!


About PlayMonster

PlayMonster, a leading international toy and game company, believes in the power of play to make a positive difference in people’s lives and strives to keep play alive for all ages by delivering great play value through designing, manufacturing, and marketing innovative and fun toys, games and activities. PlayMonster’s diversified portfolio includes popular brands and products such as “TOTY Game of the Year” Yeti in My Spaghetti®, plus THINGS…®, 5 Second Rule®, Relative Insanity®, Farkle, Five Crowns®, Spirograph®, Colorforms, My Fairy Garden®, Face Paintoos™, Fashion Plates®, Latchkits® Snap Ships®, Koosh®, and the recently acquired Ann Williams Group.


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