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Cards Against Humanity Bought A Private Island And This Is What It Looks Like

The card game company gave 1 square foot of land to each person who took part in their holiday promotion last year.

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Here is a picture of Maine. But hopefully you already knew that and/or could read it.

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If you zoom in to this random little part of Maine, you'll find Saint George Lake. And do you see that cute little squiggle inside of it?

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That's Hawaii 2! The private island was purchased by Cards Against Humanity and given its current name, because who else would do that?

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CAH divided the island up and gave 1 square foot to each participant in last year's "Ten Days or Whatever of Kwanzaa" holiday promotion. Everyone then received real, useful GPS coordinates to their plot of land along with this fake, useless map.

Although the map looks somewhat geographically accurate, it includes landmarks such as "Holy Roman Empire" and "Screaming Gorge of Eternal Madness".
Kaitlin Rogers

Although the map looks somewhat geographically accurate, it includes landmarks such as "Holy Roman Empire" and "Screaming Gorge of Eternal Madness".

So, what better thing to do with a newly acquired piece of land than to go explore it?!

Hawaii 2 is across the lake over there, somewhere in the blob of trees.
Kaitlin Rogers

Hawaii 2 is across the lake over there, somewhere in the blob of trees.

You can't reach the island unless you canoe, kayak, swim a lot, get catapulted, parachute in, or possibly walk across when the lake is frozen over in the wintertime.

Canoeing is the preferred method.
Kaitlin Rogers

Canoeing is the preferred method.

But once you put in all the hard work to get there, you'll be chilling on your new favorite piece of earth!

Kaitlin Rogers

One end of the island is pretty cleared out, allowing you to walk around and ponder life.

Apparently there used to be a safe here.
Kaitlin Rogers

Apparently there used to be a safe here.

The other end is more densely filled with nature.

Kaitlin Rogers

If you look hard enough, you're bound to find a flag marking the spot of another part-island-owner.

Hi, Ben & Lee! Whoever you are.
Kaitlin Rogers

Hi, Ben & Lee! Whoever you are.

Or you might find a campsite that probably took way too much work to build due to the lack of resources on small, uninhabited islands.

Kaitlin Rogers

Orrr you might find some water. It's everywhere.

Kaitlin Rogers

So, what are you waiting for? Go ahead and visit Hawaii 2! We're just going to ignore the fact that you're stepping on hundreds of people's land in the process.

Kaitlin Rogers

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