Cards Against Humanity Really Did Sell 30,000 Boxes Of Poop On Black Friday

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Warning: Contains strong language

For 30,000 people, Christmas came early and they got a lump of something not-so-nice. Not coal, poop.

The sleek box of real-deal excrement came from the makers of Cards Against Humanity, “the party game for horrible people.” Usually they have people in stitches with their fill-in-the-blank funnies but this time they left people feeling rather crappy. In honor of the disturbing day of consumerism, A.K.A Black Friday, they removed all products off their site and only sold “Bullshit.” And the people loved it – it sold out in only two hours.

Why do it? “We all really hate Black Friday, it’s just kind of a horrible day,” says game co-creator Max Temkin. “It comes after this day where you’re supposed to be thankful for what you have, and then it’s just this whole huge media spectacle of people fighting each other to save $50 on a TV.” This stunt was slightly dirtier then last year’s Black Friday in which they sold the game at $5 above its regular price.

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Source: 20th Century Fox / QuickMeme

It’s not a common question to ask Google but – is this even allowed? “Well, we didn’t do anything that anyone else couldn’t have done. We went on Google and were like, ‘Can you buy bullshit? Can you sell bullshit?’” The company found a cattle ranch in Texas that sold pasteurized bull feces and the idea became a reality. The sleek black box with a similar design to the regular card game has a couple adorable poop emjois on the sides and on the bottom it reads:

“Box made in China. Poop made in America.”

The stunt was entirely honest, everyone purchasing the turds was made aware that is what they were buying, and yet they still did it.

Cards Against Humanity only made 20 cents on each $6 box of holiday bullshit. The profits will go to Heifer International, a charity that aims to eradicate poverty and hunger by providing livestock to developing communities.They proved quite a stinky point when it comes to consumerism and that it’s all just a load of bull.