‘Chosen People Pack’ and ‘Jew Pack’, with jokes about the Holocaust and Jews liking money, still available via other online retailers US mega-retailer Target has apologized and pulled a Cards Against Humanity game pack off its shelves after complaints that the set is anti-Semitic. The “Chosen People expansion pack” of Cards Against Humanity, a game [...]Show More Summary
Target Takes Offensive Party Game Out Of Stores Following Complaints You’re probably already familiar with the boundary-pushing game Cards Against Humanity; but if you’re not, their slogan, “A party game for horrible people,” is enough to educate you on what
I AM SHOCKED, SHOCKED TO LEARN CARDS AGAINST HUMANITY HAS DONE SOMETHING OFFENSIVE: Cards Against Humanity gets blasted for selling ‘Jew Pack’.
Target has apologized and vows to remove an anti-Semetic expansion pack of the popular game Cards Against Humanity from its shelves. A customer on Twitter discovered his local store selling the CAH "Chosen People Pack"... which featured cards with…
A Twitter user posted a picture of a Cards Against Humanity expansion pack that targets Jewish people. The "Chosen People Pack" contains jokes that reference the Holocaust. Target has apologized for selling the pack. The pack was still...Show More Summary
When the twisted minds behind Cards Against Humanity asked fans to pitch in $15 to help the game company "save America," almost any potential scenario was on the table. This is, after all, the brand that used $100,573 in donations to literally dig a hole in the ground. But this time around, the "Cards Against...
Back before shitposting was called shitposting, it was called Cards Against Humanity marketing strategy. This is a company that has sent literal bullcrap to people, and raised prices for Black Friday. Calling them […] The post Cards Against Humanity is Saving America appeared first on Geek.com.
For the past few months, Cards Against Humanity polled the American public to ask important questions such as whether or not it is okay to pee in the shower. To… Tags: Cards Against Humanity, polling, public
"Cards Against Humanity" did a somewhat odd poll. And now we know about a partisan divide on farts.
Holiday Robin Hood: 150,000 fans chipped in to a campaign to "save America." The poorest received $1,000 each.
A pass to the national parks ($80); vulva-shaped chocolates ($20; a donation to Planned Parenthood (varies); anything from Patagonia (they're suing Trump); ACLU tees ($28); Cards Against Humanity ($25) and many more items, all in The Guardian's Ultimate gift guide for the Trump-hater in your life. (Thanks, Mom!)
A games company won't be able to stop the border wall. Steven Greenhut writes: What did you bring back from Mexico? There are no wrong answers, but "a zesty breakfast burrito," "an endless stream of diarrhea" or "a cooler full of organs" might help you win a round of Cards Against Humanity. Show More Summary
The card game company set out to help 100 people by giving them $1,000 each.
The brains behind the game Cards Against Humanity have decided to “tackle the biggest issue in the world: wealth inequality” by sending checks to 100 of their poorest customers.
Cards Against Humanity is making headlines for the best reason.
LYING. Jake Tapper rips into lying Trump administration for admonishing people who mislead people. The White House, run by the President who came to political prominence by promoting the lie that the first African-American PresidentShow More Summary
It's all in the name of saving America. by Katie Herzog Last month, Cards Against Humanity announced a six-part plan to save America. The first part involves thwarting Trump's proposed and very stupid border wall along the U.S./Mexico border. Show More Summary
God damn. Will Cards Against Humanity ever stop being this gangster? The card game manufacturer that, just a month ago, asked you for money to stop the Trump administration from building its stupid wall has decided to take some of it and address another social ill--income inequality. The website, Cards Against Humanity Redistributes Your Wealth,...
Cards can make people laugh, and they can make them rich. We're not talking about gambling. Rather, it's another round of Cards Against Humanity trying to "save America" with a fundraising campaign. SEE ALSO: Sorry, Cards Against Humanity...Show More Summary