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Cards Against Humanity

Updated on February 8, 2015
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The Hilariously Awkward and Potentially Offensive Version of Apples to Apples

If you have ever wanted to answer the question, "What don't you want to find in your Chinese food?" with a ridiculous answer like "William Shatner" or "sweet, sweet vengeance," Cards Against Humanity is the politically incorrect party game for you and your friends. Cards Against Humanity is an adults-only card game that promises to make the easily offended squirm and the wildly inappropriate giggle. Here you'll find the who, what, where, when and why of this LOL-worthy card game.

Cards Against Humanity
Cards Against Humanity

With nothing but 4- and 5-star reviews, Cards Against Humanity is the ultimate party game. Entertain your friends with this inappropriate card game to find out why it's the #1 best seller in Amazon's Toys & Games category.

 
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What is Cards Against Humanity?

Originally developed for a New Year's Eve party, Cards Against Humanity got its big break on Kickstarter, a website that helps people fund creative projects with donations from web-surfers around the world. The Cards Against Humanity creators set their initial fundraising goal at just $4,000 and ended up raising more than $15,000.

Hitting the $15,000 mark on Kickstarter allowed the game's creators to add 50 new cards to the original deck. Cards Against Humanity first became available for purchase on Amazon in June 2011 and immediately climbed to #1 on the website's Toys and Games bestseller list.

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Cards Against Humanity: First Expansion
Cards Against Humanity: First Expansion

Expand your game night's offensive potential with Cards Against Humanity's very first expansion pack.

 

Cards Against Humanity Expansion Packs

In case you get too familiar with the cards in your deck, Cards Against Humanity currently offers eight expansion packs.

  • The first, second, third, fourth and fifth expansions ($10) each include 100 offensively funny new cards. The breakdown in each pack ranges from 70 - 80 white cards and 20 - 30 black cards. All of these expansions also come with 12 blank cards that can be customized with your own terrible ideas.
  • The 90s Nostalgia expansion ($5) is a 30-card romp through everyone's favorite decade to make fun of.
  • The 2012 and 2013 holiday expansions ($10), which each include 30 different holiday-themed cards, both donate 100% of their proceeds to charity.


How can I get a FREE copy of Cards Against Humanity?

The creators of Cards Against Humanity know that you don't really want to shell out your hard-earned cash for a card game -- even one as enjoyable as theirs. So what did they do? They gave their incredibly popular creation a Creative Commons license that allows people to download, print and play their game for FREE as long as they don't try to sell it.

If you plan to DIY your copy of Cards Against Humanity, you'll need (1) heavy white cardstock, (2) a paper cutter, (3) a high-quality printer and (4) a container to hold your completed cards. Since you're most likely trying to save money by creating your own copy of Cards Against Humanity, plan to visit Staples, FedEx or another similar store where black-and-white printing costs 10 cents per page or less.

To download the cards for free, head on over to the Cards Against Humanity website.

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Why Should I Buy Cards Against Humanity Online?

  1. Cards Against Humanity costs just $25 on Amazon and comes with FREE shipping! That's pretty much the equivalent of five iced coffees at Starbucks -- or one sleeve of a cashmere J.Crew sweater.
  2. DIY'ing your copy of Cards Against Humanity will only save you about $2. Why? Well, a pack of 80 lb. card stock will cost you about $15 at Staples and printing the 28-page PDF will cost another $3 at FedEx. Don't forget to tack on another $5 if you plan to purchase a small container to hold your cards.
  3. You'll probably end up printing them on plain old copy paper when you realize how surprisingly expensive card stock is. Sure, it'll only cost you $3, but you'll most likely end up having to reprint some of the cards when they get ripped, wet or otherwise destroyed.
  4. Ordering Cards Against Humanity online takes about two minutes. DIY'ing your copy of the game will last at least two hours.
  5. The Cards Against Humanity expansion packs are NOT available for download. Each expansion comes with 100 new cards -- including 12 blank cards that let you add your own inside jokes to the game! -- and costs $10 on Amazon.

BUT BEFORE I KILL YOU, MR. BOND, I MUST SHOW YOU ___. Which card would you play?

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      a pedophilic christmas elf

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      interpretive dancing

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      flying sex snakes

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      my FLÃGGÃÆNKââ¬ÄHIÅβÃLâ«ÃN (Eurotrip)

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      You can play an online version of Cards Against Humanity called Cardtrocity for free at www.playinperson.com

      They're adding more cards soon, and it's videochat, so you can chat and laugh with the other players.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      exactly what you'd expect o.O a micropenis :)

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      two midgets shitting into a bucket.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      My Balls

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      It costs you nothing if you print them at work.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Just in case anyone reads this, I printed my CAH set at Staples and it only cost about $5 including paper. You can take a flash drive to their printing desk and they will print the cards on card stock. It was 5 cents per black and white page printed + 7 cents per page of paper. I cut them out myself, so it cost no where near $25!

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      BrandonJames926 5 years ago

      I thought I would put together a lens about Cards Against Humanity and instead found myself here. Nice job!

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      Indigo Janson 5 years ago from UK

      I know someone who would enjoy this game. Hadn't heard of it before -- thanks for sharing!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      "this lump on my balls, I think it might be cancerous"

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      My hemroid that's been bugging me for weeks now.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      good to know about, good write up.

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      dannystaple 5 years ago

      This is brilliant. I'd not heard of these cards before, and I am pleased to see Kickstarter projects making their way onto Squidoo. To complete the sentence ".. this embarrassing but painful wart." Blessed - for making me properly laugh out loud.