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Updated on October 8, 2015
Cards Against Humanity - A Party Game for Horrible People
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Cards Against Humanity - The Most Wicked Game on the Planet

Cards Against Humanity is a party game for Horrible, Vulgar, Politically Incorrect Dudes! If that describes you then you need to get Cards Against Humanity today.

As Cards Against Humanity themselves say "Unlike most of the party games you've played before, Cards Against Humanity is as despicable and awkward as you and your friends".

Having already sold out last summer, this game is selling fast again. Make sure you don't miss out and Buy Cards Against Humanity Online.

Cards Against Humanity - Where It All Began

Cards Against Humanity was created by a group of students when they were at high school and needed a game to play for a New Year's Eve party. It become so popular among their circle of friends that it soon spread by word of mouth and took off like a rocket.

It was no surprise when their game made it's first public appearance in Oct 2011 at the annual IndieCade games festival. Its popularity was such that the Cards Against Humanity Expansion Pack was released in Nov 2011 and completely sold out within 3 days.

In early 2012 Cards Against Humanity was re-released along with the first expansion pack and they sold out almost immediately. Unbelievably it filled the top 3 selling spots in the Toys and Games category on Amazon online.

And due to mega demand the Cards Against Humanity Second Expansion Pack was released in Sept 2012 and the 3rd expansion early 2013

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Having played this game myself with friends and family, I can absolutely recommend it to anyone who is hosting a party. Whether it be for Halloween, Birthdays, Christmas, or just a good old get-together, this cool game is a must-have.

So get your copy of Cards Against Humanity before they sell out again. Being the humanitarian folk they are, the Cards Against Humanity Second Expansion Pack is also 'friendly to dolphins.'

As Jeff Chapin stated on Amazon - "I don't recall the last time I saw someone shoot their drink out their nose".

Cards Against Humanity Expansion Packs
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Cards Against Humanity Expansion Pack DIY

The very kind guys at Cards Against Humanity want their players to get the most out of their game, so much so that they've a section on their website which allows anyone to download PDF's of blank cards so you can come up with your questions and answers.

Simply print off the PDF's and you have expanded the game yourself. These are available in may languages.

Reasons NOT to DIY Your Expansion Pack

Although I have just given you a way of creating your own cards so you can keep the costs down. I do believe through personal experience why this may not be the best idea.

This is my own person opinion, therefore other opinions may differ. I can only give it from my own experience.

  1. You have to come up with your own questions and answers, something fun to do but it does take a while to come up with so many alternatives.
  2. You can only really do this if your printing on premium paper. The cost soon mounts up and from my experience your only saving a couple of bucks.
  3. For the cost benefit analysis, is it really worth spending time to come up with questions and answers, going to a print shop and printing them on premium paper and then have to cut them all up.</item>
  4. You have to find a box to put your new cards in. The expansion packs already come boxed and on premium paper.
  5. Your DIY cards will get grubby quicker.
  6. Taking into account the time and cost of the DIY version, your far better off ordering from in minutes, wait a couple of days and hey presto! delivered to your door safely and with no fuss at all.

Party Game For Horrible People
Party Game For Horrible People | Source

My View of Cards Against Humanity

I purchased and played Cards Against Humanity last year to find out what all the hype was about. I already had 'Apples to Apples' and found this OK, easy to play etc... but Cards Against Humanity totally takes this to another level. In an obscene but totally brilliant way this game is adults-only, IMHO.

I wouldn't want to try to explain most of the terms used in the game to my children, let alone my mother, but she loved it as well!!This game is truly a laugh-out-loud gut buster!! I have played it now on many occasions with friends and family and we only seem to stop playing when we have ran out of cards. Then we start again...

Cards Against Humanity is basically like we're all sitting round the table (or on floor) with a few drinks telling each other the most rude, crass and offensive jokes imaginable.

But do take notice; someone at some point will be offended, that's the nature of the game. But I believe that this is the true genius of the game.

After playing this game, friendships seem to have tightened as we all find out what kind of humor we possess and it brings our dark sides to light!

I have also bought the expansion packs rather than printing the cards off myself. There is a PDF on the Cards Against Humanity website.

A cheapskate friend (only joking!) downloaded the PDF online and the cards he printed seemed to make the game feel cheap and nasty. Even she agreed! We ended up using the boxed bought version. It just felt right.

If there is one card game I want the world to know about it would be Cards Against Humanity. An awesome game for outrageous laughs!


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      Betty 3 years ago

      I played this with my son and grand kids, (they are all adults) I am almost 70, it was the funniest time, I laughed so much tears were running down my face. One time I couldn't speak for laughing so much.