Jeff Foxworthy’s Hysterical Card Game Leaves Jimmy Fallon Doubled Over With Laughter

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Jeff Brings On The Laughs

On his own, Jimmy Fallon is known as one of the most hilarious hosts on all of late night television. But when you merge his talents with someone like Jeff Foxworthy, the result is comedic gold.

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For those of you who don’t know, Foxworthy is the voice behind all of those famous “You might be a redneck…” jokes you hear people throwing around.

He was also a member of the famous Blue Collar Comedy Tour troupe. The group featured other comedians with similar content such as Larry the Cable Guy, Bill Engvall, and Ron White.

On top of all of that, Foxworthy has released a number of albums. While most of them feature comedy bits, he did release a musical album in 1996.

That album contained the now-famous Christmas staple “Redneck 12 Days of Christmas.”

More recently, Foxworthy has channeled his comedic genius into a different venture…a card game!

Y’all Will Want This Game

Called Relative Insanity, Foxworthy explained to Fallon that he felt inspired to create the game after one Thanksgiving when the kids in the family were playing Cards Against Humanity. While Foxworthy acknowledged that the game is funny, he thought it was a bit raunchy for the kids to be playing in front of their older relatives.

“And I thought, well there’s got to be a way to do this where everybody can play. Because nothing’s funnier than hearing something you know, kind of risque from your grandmother.”

So Foxworthy wrote 400 punch lines, describing them as things that “just sounded funny.” The premise of the game is for one person to read the start of a joke, and for everyone else to finish it with a punch line card they have in their hand. The person with the funniest punch line wins.

Jimmy Couldn’t Stop Laughing

Of course, Fallon wanted to test out the game. So Foxworthy read off the start of a few jokes while he tried to pick the perfect punch lines. Every time, Fallon doubled over in laughter in response to the hilarious jokes they created.

The audience’s favorite joke seemed to come at the end. That’s when Foxworthy read the setup, “Right before we walked down the aisle, daddy leaned over to me and whispered...”

Fallon was already laughing before he even showed the audience his punch line card, which read, “I’m not wearing any underwear.

Talk about hilarious!

If watching Foxworthy and Fallon play Relative Insanity has you in the mood for more laughs, look no further. You can catch one of Foxworthy’s most chuckle-worthy skits in the video below.