Cards Against Humanity is buying a piece of the United States border

Remigio Civitarese
Novembre 15, 2017

Earlier today, November 14th, the potty-mouthed card game announced its Cards Against Humanity Saves America campaign.

For its holiday promotion, the company wants people to send them $15 in exchange for six surprises in December.

A significant one of these gifts is a portion of the game company's border territory, creating a large pool of landowners with whom the USA government will have to deal while attempting to build a wall around the national border.

Cards Against Humanity harbors no illusions that it'll be able to stop the construction of the wall entirely.

In a post on Twitter, Cards Against Humanity said: "The government is being run by a toilet".

"It will be fun, it will be weird, and if you voted for Trump, you might want to sit this one out", the company notes on its site. According to the following promotional video, they are going to purchase land on the US/Mexico boarder and refuse to sell it to the feds if/when they ever build that ridiculous border wall.

Card Against Humanity wrote online they have purchased a plot of land along the United States-Mexico border in an effort to stall President Donald Trump's planned border wall. WHY DON'T YOU JUST STICK TO CARD GAMES?A: Why don't you stick to seeing how many Hot Wheels cars you can fit up your [expletive]?

And this isn't the first time that Cards Against Humanity has turned to real estate for the sake of its holiday jokes.

Past year the company ran a Black Friday promotion to dig a hole as deep as possible.

In 2015, the "Give Cards Against Humanity $5 Sale" raked in more than $71,000 by selling literally "nothing" for $5 and distributing the haul among employees who spent it on a variety of hilarious purchases that included a suit of armor, several trips and thousands of dollars in charitable donations. Cards Against Humanity has done holiday promotions in the past including "Cards Against Humanity's Eight Sensible Gifts for Hanukkah" and "Cards Against Humanity's Ten Days or Whatever of Kwanzaa".

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