M.A.S.H. Printable | mash game

I don’t know if I want to date myself. But then, I’m also perfectly fine with my age. According to my kids, I am old. But, according to many of you…I’m young. That nice in between place. It’s all good. But, I AM old enough to now have “vintage toys” and “oh mom…you wore THAT”. Yep, yep I did; I was that cool. And I am still cool enough to know some of you will want this printable MASH game, either for yourselves or for your children. This was a classic sleepover game that I grew up with.

So, I was born in the late 70’s and grew up in the 80’s (naturally).

I lusted after Cabbage Patch Dolls (not the fake ones…the REAL ones.), and had a crush on the entire New Kids on the Block. I wore high hair, neon, and thought MC Hammer was the coolest. I collected Garbage Pail Kids cards (remember those?) And played M.A.S.H. like my life depended on it. And it did. For real. I did NOT want to live in an outhouse (we always added that!) and be married to my teacher…ewww!!

We thought some of you might enjoy this fun little mash game.

Bring back some memories, or make some new ones. Grab those young whippersnappers…put on some NKOTSB and go for it!! Have a great life!

How do you play the game MASH?

Fill out each category with your top 5 choices. Use your pencil and start drawing circles, have a friend tell you when to stop. Count the circles and start counting around the page (include the MASH at the top of the page…Mansion, Apartment, Shack, House). When you hit your number, cross it off. Leave one per category. Continue until you only have one in each category. That, my friends, is your future :).

You know whom you will marry, what job you will have, where you will live, and what you will drive. For fun, we would sometimes write numbers down on each other’s papers to stand for the number of children we would have. Of course it was crazy numbers like 112.

(to print: click on the picture, save to your computer and print)

Printable Mash game, a throwback from NellieBellie




  1. June 6, 2014 / 11:44 pm

    Aah M.A.S.H! Oh the notebooks that were filled with these charts… Makes my 6th grade heart sing. :)

  2. Kim Campbell
    May 30, 2014 / 7:25 pm

    Oh this is so my life right here in one little post!! I was a collector of the fine Cabbage Patch Dolls, and like all of us thought, “One day these will be worth something”. We’ll that day has come and gone, sold my collection of 52 CPK’s for approximately $250. Yep. Real collectors items! I’m
    Now going to find out who my kids will be marrying and where they’ll be living! Thanks for the laugh tonight!!

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