Cards Against Humanity has a history of mailer promotions around the holidays for people who aren’t satisfied with the stack of crap they don’t want from Secret Santa. The company retired the promos in 2015, but they’re back, and this time it’s to fight Trump’s border wall. Okay.
Cards Against Humanity is capitalizing on some Americans’ apathy toward anything aside from spending money by asking people to fund its digging a giant hole in the earth.
For the first time ever Lady Edith, Mrs. Patmore, and Mrs. Hughes played the notoriously crass game Cards Against Humanity and they had a blast.
If you're trying to spend your holiday season rediscovering your faith in humanity, it's probably best that you not think about how 30,000 people collectively spent $180,000 buying actual boxes of shit from a card game company.
To protest the bullshit of the retail holiday known as Black Friday one company literally sold—well, bullshit.
The nerdier quarters of the Internet are in an uproar today, as Cards Against Humanity co-creator Max Temkin has been accused of a years-old sexual assault.
AWKWARD. Lance Armstrong tweeted this photo of a card he got while playing the delightfully evil game "Cards Against Humanity."
Have you heard of Cards Against Humanity, the self-described party game for horrible people? "Unlike most of the party games you've played before, Cards Against Humanity is as despicable and awkward as you and your friends," the website explains. From what I've heard (I've never played it, but I keep hearing people…