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Cards Against Humanity Is Back With More Holiday Bullshit

By Lisa White in Arts & Entertainment on Nov 10, 2014 5:35PM

One of our favorite Chicago-founded games, Cards Against Humanity, delighted our holiday season last year with their 12 Days of Holiday Bullshit. You gave them $12, they sent you delightfully weird and sometimes inappropriate gifts in the mail all during the holiday season. Well, if you missed out last year, now is the time to sign up for the 2014 version, Ten Days Or Whatever Of Kwanzaa.

For $15, you get their mystery pack of gifts in the mail during the time of Kwanzaa, because apparently, Santa Clause is indeed dead. Don't tell your kids.

No, there are not ten days of Kwanzaa. Yes, they are aware of that. You can check out the FAQ here for more answers. Last year we participated and were rewarded with limited edition card packs (including our own personalized name card), comics exclusively designed for the 12 Days of Holiday Bullshit campaign, an actual lump of coal and then the best gift of all— giving. Remember the AWESOME donations CAH made happen with the money from those who bought the 12 Days of Holiday Bullshit? Yeah, that was great. So knowing they'll likely use their power for some sort of good makes forking over $15 an easy decision.

Head over here to sign up before they sell out, which they quickly did last year.

[H/T Gapers Block]