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Cards Against Humanity

Cards Against Humanity is dubbed as a party game for horrible people, it has received acclaim for its simple concept backed up by its satirical content. The game is simple, well-executed, and laughter is guaranteed. Each round, one player (czar) asks a question from a Black Card, and everyone else answers with their funniest White Card. The czar then awards a point for the funniest combination. Pass the black cards to the next card czar and repeat. Hilarious game, especially after a couple of drinks… Just read the reviews on Amazon and youŽll understand why this is a top seller in games.

The premium case featured is the perfect accessory to protect and carry your cards.




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