Cards Against Humanity: One of the Most Requested Wedding Gifts on Amazon

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First comes the Save the Date, then comes scouring the wedding registry for gift ideas.

New pots and pans, OK. New towels and linens, sure. Wait -- Cards Against Humanity?

Yes, the mega-popular, vulgar party card game was one of the most requested gifts by couples using Amazon.com's wedding registry last year.

Amazon.com complied a top 10 list of most-requested items on its wedding registry service, using data collected from Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 2013. But among the mixing bowls, Tupperware and other mundane items was an anomaly -- Cards Against Humanity, which came in at No. 7.

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For those not familiar with the game, think of it as the "Apples to Apples" game's very inappropriate cousin for adults only. Cards Against Humanity, which debuted three years ago and became a smashing success, is now in its fourth expansion and is currently priced on Amazon.com at $25.

Overall, Amazon.com's top 10 list showed couples using its wedding registry weren't asking for expensive items. In fact, most of the requested items were everyday cookware, ranging from a $5 measuring cup to a $45 five-piece baking pan collection.

Click through the following slides to see Amazon.com's full top 10 list of most-registered items on its wedding registry.

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10. Glass Tupperware

Coming in at No. 10 on Amazon.com's Top 10 most-registered-for items list was the Pyrex 6022369 Storage 14-piece round set in clear glass with blue lids.

Price: $18.99 on Amazon.

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9. Brand-Name Bakeware

No. 9 on the list was Rachael Ray-brand Oven Lovin' Non-Stick 5-Piece bakeware set in orange.

Price: $44.99 on Amazon.

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8. Silicon Baking Mat Set

No. 8 on the list was a two-pack of Artisan Non-Stick Silicon Baking Mats, measuring 16 5/8 inches by 11 inches.

Price: $16.78 on Amazon.

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7. Cards Against Humanity

As we mentioned before, Cards Against Humanity was No. 7 on Amazon's most-registered-for items list.

Price: $25 on Amazon.

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6. A Deluxe Cooling Rack

Coming in at No. 6 was the Wilton 2105-459 Excelle Elite 3-Tier Cooling Rack.

Price: $8.49 on Amazon.

PHOTO: Wilton 570-1121 Easy Flex 3-Piece Silicone Spatula Set, Blue
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5. Silicone Spatula Set

No. 5 on the list was the Wilton 570-1121 Easy Flex 3-Piece Silicone Spatula Set in blue.

Price: $6.67 on Amazon.

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4. Mixing Bowls

No. 4 on the list was another Pyrex product -- the clear glass Pyrex Prepware 3-Piece Mixing Bowl Set.

Price: $9.89 on Amazon.

PHOTO: Simply Calphalon Nonstick 6-Piece Bakeware Set
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3. Non-Stick Bakeware

Coming in at No. 3 on Amazon.com's list was the Simply Calphalon Nonstick 6-Piece Bakeware Set, which includes cake pans, a muffin pan, bread loaf pan and a cookie sheet.

Price: $29.95 on Amazon.

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2. Measuring Cup

The second-most requested item by couples using Amazon.com's wedding registry was the Pyrex Prepware 2-Cup Measuring Cup in clear glass with red measurements.

Price: $4.98 on Amazon.

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And the No. 1 Most Requested Item...

It's probably not a huge surprise that the No. 1 most-requested item by couples using Amazon.com's wedding registry was a $50 Amazon gift card.

Price: $50 on Amazon.

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