Pie Face Game Night: Adults Only


We are finally at the toddler stage where our toddler enjoys playing games and thus receives them as gifts. One of the games she got this year was Pie Face. Little did I know that this game is more for adults than it is for kids.

We did try to involve our toddler, but after being pied once and promptly crying it was determined she only liked to watch people get pie face not actually have it done to herself. Can’t really blame her.

On New Year’s Eve, our toddler had fallen asleep and we were nearing the end of our dominoes game so we decided to bring out Pie Face. Four adults over the age of 21 played Pie Face to bring in the new year. If you had your doubts… we are the cool kids.

We were all laughing so hard we were crying (some of us peed our pants) for the entirety of the game. To my surprise watching others get pied in the face never really gets old.

Why was it so fun?

  • There is no equation or calculation that will guarantee you don’t get whip cream in your face. One player got pied every one of his 5 turns on the first, while some only got pied once.
  • The anxiety and anticipation is REAL.
  • Watching the anxiety and anticipation of someone else almost makes up for you getting whip cream to the face.

This simple game brought so much joy and laughter and I think whip cream will be a staple in our house simply for the comedic relief this game provides. I’m sure there is some way to turn this into a parents/bedrooms only game, but I’ll leave that to your imagination.

Hasbroo as since come out with Pie Face Sky High and Pie Face Cannon. So the next time you are looking for a last minute birthday gift or gift exchange gift, look no further.


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Madison O
Madison is a Texas A&M Graduate who is beginning her 6th year as a Technical Theatre teacher and 3rd year at Gregory-Portland High School. She and her wife moved to the coastal bend to be closer to family as they began the fertility process to grow their family. Madison and her wife were thrilled to welcome their daughter, Amelia, to the family in May via Reciprocal IVF. Madison has also begun working toward her Masters degree in Educational Administration at TAMUCC (gotta keep it in the Aggie family!) Talk about one busy mama! Madison enjoys time outside and has always loved to write for her own personal blog in her free time. She is so excited to start this new adventure of motherhood and to be joining the wonderful community of Corpus Christi Moms on the blog!