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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 you´ll 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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GOGGLE DESK | BY DANNY VENLET | Image

GOGGLE DESK | BY DANNY VENLET

Designed by Belgian designer Danny Venlet for Babini Office, an Italian furniture producer, Goggle is a presidential desk with rounded shapes, an imposing size and a rich ion of finishes and materials. Goggle is an object of design, not a simple desk. It is available is glossy lacquer finish or matt. Just be careful you place your coffee cup....
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WALD PLUG LAMP

Wald Plug Lamp could be your first step into the minimal aesthetic movement. Something simple, smart, that provides a "clean” look. The elegant "floor lamp” requires no wires, it fits into a light socket without any additional support or base, allowing you to quickly move it around the house if you want to. It´s a great mix of modern and classic, metal and wood, a winning combination that results in a piece of exquisite taste and build quality. You can choose betwee...
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ONE-ROOM NEW YORK CABIN IN THE WOODS

We have featured some amazing retreats over the last couple of years, but none as special as this wooden cabin in Yulan, NY. It is owned by fashion stylist and interior designer Scott Newkirk, he wanted a place to escape in the weekends from the hectic city life. A place completely disconnected from technology, with no electricity or running water, no TV or computer. A place Scott can slow down and enjoy what nature has to offer before heading back to his demanding ...
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