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Cards Against Humanity Literally Sold Boxes Of Poop On Black Friday

They called bullshit on the consumer-driven hell-iday in the best way possible.

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Cards Against Humanity has never been big on retail sales.

The card game that lets you teach your grandmother about queefing is available to print out for free under Creative Commons license.
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The card game that lets you teach your grandmother about queefing is available to print out for free under Creative Commons license.

This year, instead of offering any kind of Black Friday sale, the company took all versions of their product off the market for a day and instead offered this:

An actual box of bull feces. For $6.
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An actual box of bull feces. For $6.

The company's founders spent most of the day assuring customers that what they were purchasing was, in fact, actual shit.

If you buy the poop expecting it to be something else that’s not poop, you’re actually buying a valuable life lesson for $6.

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If you buy the poop expecting it to be something else that’s not poop, you’re actually buying a valuable life lesson for $6.

12:06 PM - 28 Nov 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

Although the opportunity to buy nihilism-branded feces is gone for now, you can still take advantage of their "Ten Days of Kwanzaa or Whatever" sale until Dec. 1.

Merry Nothing. And a Happy Go Screw Yourself.
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Merry Nothing. And a Happy Go Screw Yourself.

H/t: Arstechia

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