Review: Cards Against Humanity Game

If you’ve ever played the party game Apples to Apples, you’ll find Cards Against Humanity familiar. The rules are basically the same. Each player takes a turn as a judge; he or she draws and reads a black “question” card for which each other player selects a white “answer” card from his or her hand. The judge then assigns a point to whichever player gave the funniest or most apropos answer.

Party game raunchy gross mean-spirited

The two games are dramatically different in actual play, however. Whereas Apples to Apples has family-friendly content, Cards Against Humanity is chock full of crude, raunchy, and politically incorrect material—not surprising for a game designed by a team of high schoolers who gave it the subtitle “A party game for horrible people.” Here are a few examples of cards in the “Answer” deck:

  • Dead babies
  • Dwarf tossing
  • German dungeon porn
  • Glenn Beck catching his scrotum on a curtain hook
  • Jew-fros
  • Jerking off into a pool of children’s tears
  • Mr. Clean, right behind you
  • Not giving a shit about the Third World
  • Pac-Man uncontrollably guzzling cum
  • Praying the gay away
  • Racially-biased SAT questions
  • Smallpox blankets
  • White privilege

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