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Cards Against Humanity
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Cards Against Humanity

A party game for horrible people

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  • As despicable and awkward as you and all your friends
  • 500 white cards and 100 black cards for maximum replayability
  • Comes with a booklet of sensible game rules and daft alternate rules


You've almost certainly played Cards Against Humanity, but now it's time to own the game yourself, or pass this horrible gift on to someone else.

For the uninitiated*, Cards Against Humanity is super easy to play – each round, one player asks a question from a black card and everyone else 'answers' with their funniest white card. The owner of the black card then reveals which card combination tickled them the most.

The game comes with 500 white cards and 100 black cards so you can play again and again without it getting repetitive. Take a gander at the images on this page to give you an idea what you're up against.

It's joyous, outrageous, and utterly cathartic – you didn't say it - the cards did!

*Seriously, where the actual fuck have you been? The game has been out for 6 years!

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5 Reviews

Average 5/5 stars
  • "Hilarious card game, which is easy to understand. If you're not familiar with UK English, some cards may impose difficulty, and bring shame"
    Bas - 13th of June, 2018
  • "So wrong on so many levels but so god dam funny!!! "
    Sarah - 3rd of January, 2018
  • "Very good fun. Recommended for anyone with a sense of humour"
    Vanessa - 3rd of January, 2018
  • "I bought these for my brother's birthday and he loved them! They had him in stitches!! "
    Willow - 30th of October, 2017
  • "Probably wasn’t my best idea to get this out at a family gathering, the older members are still in shock. "
    Mark - 20th of September, 2017