'Cards of Humanity' actually sold 30,000 boxes of feces
By CHELSEA HUANG
Well, this isn't sh*tty at all.
Approximately 30,000 people are getting very smelly packages in the mail this week, as they finally receive boxes of "Bullshit" they ordered from the Cards Against Humanity website three weeks ago, according to LAist.
Cards Against Humanity, the notorious "party game for horrible people," is also apparently anti-Black Friday -- and they sold actual bull excrement on the shopping holiday.
"We all really hate Black Friday, it's just kind of a horrible day," game co-creator Max Temkin said. "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."
In an act of defiance, the risqué game company pulled all of its products from its website and only sold the boxes of "Bullshit."
There was some speculation on Reddit and elsewhere that the boxes might actually contain a new pack of cards or game, but Temkin shot the prospect down. Still, the box o' bull reportedly sold out in less than two hours, according to Time.
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.- Max Temkin (@MaxTemkin) November 28, 2014
The crappiest gift ever is now making its way into homes in glossy Cards Against Humanity packaging.
At $6 a box, the game company made a net profit of about $6,000, which they donated to Heifer International, according to Jezebel.
This isn't the company's first stunt -- the pranksters decided to actually bump up their prices by an extra five dollars on Black Friday 2013 -- and sales still spiked, Business Insider reported last year.
See one lucky customer open his box, if you dare:
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