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Fuck, Marry, Kill is a party game in which the participant is presented with the names of three individuals, each of whom he or she must choose to kill, ask to marry or have sex with.
The exact origin of the game is unknown. On August 6th, 2007, Urban Dictionary user Donovan McFupa submitted an entry for “fuck, marry, kill,” noting that the game is often played on the Howard Stern radio show.
On June 23rd, 2008, the British reality television show Snog Marry Avoid? premiered on BBC Three, in which women are given makeovers before being evaluated by strangers who confess whether they would wish to kiss, marry or avoid them (shown below, left). On July 25th, the comedy film Step Brothers was released, in which the character Dale Doback (played by John C. Reilly) attempts to play the fuck marry kill game during an important business meeting (shown below, right).
On February 9th, 2009, Urban Dictionary user Pamp28 submitted another entry for “fuck-marry-kill.” On February 4th, 2010, the Kill Fuck Marry Tumblr blog was launched, which highlights photosets of three different subjects for other Tumblr users to play the fuck marry kill game with. On December 7th, the website Marry Fuck Kill was launched, which features a browser game allowing the player to select if they would “marry,” “fuck” or “kill” three randomly selected images (shown below).
On December 23rd, a Facebook page titled “Fuck Marry Kill” was created. On June 21st, 2012, a photograph of several women was submitted to 4chan, inviting other users to play the marry fuck kill game (shown below).
On November 19th, South African singer Nikki Williams released her debut single “Kill, Fuck, Marry” (shown below, left). On July 18th, 2013, BuffFeed posted a list titled “10 Sexually Frustrating Rounds Of Celebrity F#@k, Marry, Kill.” On August 8th, YouTuber Shane Dawson uploaded a video titled “Marry, F**k, Kill,” in which he and YouTuber Tyler Oakley play the marry fuck kill game (shown below, right). In the first six months, the video accumulated more than 1.28 million views and 22,100 comments.
On August 31st, Redditor EvidenceTrumpsFaith submitted a post to the /r/AskReddit subreddit, where he asked Redditors what would be the “hardest game of fuck, marry, kill.” In the following five months, the post garnered upwards of 2,900 up votes and 2,800 comments.