The end of November brings with it countless sales and door buster deals, making people literally fight over products in stores and shops around the nation in order to buy something at a lower price. But what happens when a company sells nothing? This question has been answered as Black Friday Cards Against Humanity Deal is offering ‘nothing’ for the price of 5$
The company behind one of the most popular, funny and either sadistic, disgusting or depressing, depending on your sense of humor, card games ever created has decided this year during Black Friday to bring their online store down and sell some nothing for 5$. Yes, your read that correctly, they are just asking for five dollars, and in return you will get a thank you message and that’s it, nothing.
Taking into consideration that Cards Against Humanity is pretty much unrivaled by this point in regards to their weird sense of humor, their decision to add to the once in a lifetime opportunity to buy nothing at a pretty low price of five bucks is a genius move. to say the least. What will the company do with the money that will be raised through this offer, which until now has reached a sum of 50 thousand dollars, is being kept a secret.
Last year, Cards Against Humanity were selling poop for black Friday, a cake in the shape of a piece of poop, but still poop nonetheless. Up until this point, with every holiday that comes, the people behind the card game are coming with new ideas to just have fun and give their customers and fans something to laugh at.
If this is the first time you have heard about Cards Against Humanity, its rules are pretty straightforward and simple. It’s a party game where everyone has ten white cards with various things written on them, ranging from “My ex-wife.” to much more raunchy things like “The euphoric rush of strangling a drifter” or simply “The biggest blackest dick”. Players use these cards to complete a sentence or a paragraph written on a black card. One player will then have to judge which combination is the funniest.
This result entirely depends on the general humor that the party has, and more importantly, how easily they can be offended by various things. Card combos can be either too close to reality or downright sickening to the stomach, the possibilities are almost endless.
As Black Friday Cards Against Humanity Deal is offering ‘nothing’ for the price of 5$, everyone could have their very own little piece of nothing at a pretty low cost. And who knows, maybe the company will eventually do something with the money they raised by selling nothing, only time will tell.