Cards Against Humanity: Nasty Bundle • Themed 6 Packs + 10 New Cards
Do you kiss your mother with that mouth?
Cards Against Humanity is a party game in which players use custom cards to create outrageous scenarios and laugh at the craziness. The game's hilarious and profane cards are filled with outrageous scenarios, dirty jokes, and crude language. The Nasty Bundle includes three expansion packs and 10 new cards, making for a total of 180 cards. The Nasty Words expansion pack adds 50 new cards, including words and phrases like: 'Male ejaculations taste like YOLO.' 'A girl eating a corn dog is too good to pass up.' 'The government should replace all firefighters with hot girls.' 'If you think you can hang with 'Madonna,' you're out of your mind.' The Nasty Pictures expansion pack adds 50 new cards, including pictures like a penis hanging from a noose, a girl butt-ass naked, a woman with the caption 'sex symbol,' and a picture of two dead babies. The Nasty Art expansion pack adds 50 new cards, including cards with art from artists like: 'De Niro,' 'Ted Nugent,' 'Frank Frazetta,' and 'Steve McQueen.' The Nasty Positions expansion pack adds 50 new cards, including cards like: 'Sex on all fours,' 'Naked,' 'Hairy,' 'In the closet,' 'Dick in mouth,' and more.
Cards Against Humanity: Family Edition • The Actual Family Official Edition of CAH • Ages 8+
Sorry, not as fun as Xbox.
CAH:FE is a lot like the original game, but with a lot more toilet humor. There are 600 cards, which means a lot more cards for everyone to play, but CAH:FE is also far cheaper than the original game, making it an even better value. The cards are printed on high-quality card stock, and are paperback-sized, so they're easy to shuffle and deal out. The cards don't shrink or spread when you shuffle them, which helps keep them organized. The cards are divided into 3 categories, each represented by a different color: Family, Friends, and Santa. The cards are divided into 10 rounds, each representing a different theme. In each round, players take turns drawing a card from the deck, whether that's playing a card from your hand, or drawing a new card. Cards have a variety of effects, such as asking other players for things, drawing cards from opponents' hands, making other players draw cards, or asking other players to guess a specific number. Gameplay is frantic and chaotic, and it's a lot of fun. The only downside is that CAH:FE is not quite as interactive as the original game, since players can't play cards from their hands.
Cards Against Humanity: Absurd • Box 300-Card Expansion
You have nothing to lose but your chains!
The Cards Against Humanity: Absurd Box is an expansion to Cards Against Humanity, a card game that's equal parts party game and insult comic, and it's one of our favorites of all time. (We have one.) The Absurd Box contains 300 weird new cards, including 255 white cards and 45 black cards. The cards in the Absurd Box are weirder and sillier than the original cards, with cards like My Boyfriend is Gonna Kill Me! and That Guy Will Never Marry Me! The cards in the Absurd Box are funnier than the original cards, but they're still social games at heart, so they're best played with a group of friends. The deck comes with six white cards and six black cards, which are arranged in six rows of three cards each, so you'll have 18 rows total. The box also includes a printed guide with rules and suggested hand rankings, as well as 15 blank white cards, 15 blank black cards, and 45 black cards with question marks on them, so you can write your own weird cards. The cards in the Absurd Box are printed with waterproof ink, so they're fine if, say, you drop them in a glass of whiskey.
Cards Against Humanity: Everything Box • Expansion 300-Card • New for 2021
For ages 17 and up.
Cards Against Humanity is a party game in which players use their cards to trade insults, make racist jokes, and offend one another. The expansion pack ($10) adds 300 new cards to the game, along with 300 blank white cards, so you can create your own custom packs. The new cards are funnier and crazier than the original set, and while some are inspired (or, um, inspired) by current events, others are just silly and random. For example, one card called 'Bathroom Etiquette for People of Color' instructs players to, "Whenever you leave the restroom, make sure the door (when you're in a stall) is closed. When it is, knock a few times and make sure everyone inside knows you're there. If you are in a stall, make sure the door is closed. If it is, knock three times and make sure everyone inside knows you're there. If you're in a stall, open the door, make sure no one inside knows you're there, and carry on as you normally would. Please do not, under any circumstances, touch someone's stall. If it's occupied, wait until it's empty."
Cards Against Humanity: Hidden Gems Bundle • themed 6 packs + 10 new cards
Cards Against Humanity is unlike any other party game out there. It's hilarious, controversial, and surprisingly addictive. It has something for everyone, and your group of friends will have a blast playing. Cards Against Humanity Hidden Gems Bundle has six themed packs, which each contain 15 cards. The cards have a lot of fun themes, like Cops and Robbers, Never Have I Ever, and Cards Against Humanity's own Cards Against Humanity. Cards Against Humanity Hidden Gems Bundle also has 10 new cards that were not in Cards Against Humanity. The new cards are hilarious, and some of them are even NSFW. Cards Against Humanity Hidden Gems Bundle has all of the same hilarious, racist, and offensive content that made Cards Against Humanity so popular. Cards Against Humanity Hidden Gems Bundle brings a new level of fun to Cards Against Humanity.
Cards Against Humanity: Green • Box 300-card expansion
Comes with 300 totally new cards to mix into your game (245 white and 55 black).
Cards Against Humanity has become a cult classic among gamers, comedians, and pranksters. It's a party game where players compete to guess each other's answers while trying to avoid blurting "Satan's (Mostly) Favorite Word." The Cards Against Humanity Green Box contains 300 brand new cards, including new art, jokes, and stories. The expansion also includes 100 new Cards Against Humanity cards, 100 Classic Cards, and 100 New Cards. Green Box includes a deck of 300 cards (42% new), a rule book, and 100 new Cards Against Humanity cards. The expansion also includes three green boxes, a printed rule book, and a 100-card expansion pack.
Cards Against Humanity: Nerd Bundle • Themed 6 Packs + 10 All-New Cards
With Nerd Cards, Cards Against Humanity introduces 10 all-new, never-before-seen cards that you can only find in this pack. In addition to 10 new cards, this bundle comes with 6 themed packs of actual Cards Against Humanity cards. The themes in this bundle are: Fantasy, Geek, Sci-Fi, World Wide Web, Human, and A.I. Each pack contains 72 cards and 16 new cards. Each themed pack comes with 3 randomly selected cards from the themed pack.
Cards Against Humanity: Blue • Box 300-Card Expansion
Allows you to eat anything you want without gaining any weight
Cards Against Humanity is a party game where 1-4 players take turns drawing a card from a black deck of cards and saying what that card says. The game gets progressively more hilarious and outrageous, as players add their own cards to the deck. Cards Against Humanity has been used by everyone from famous comedians to politicians to famous bands. It's the perfect game for parties, whether it's a birthday, anniversary, or just because. It's also a great game to play by yourself, so you can chuckle as you play through your own card deck. The Cards Against Humanity Blue Box contains 300 fresh cards to mix into your game (220 white and 80 black). The cards are the same ones that used to be in the Fourth Fifth and Sixth Expansions, so if you already have those expansions, you don't need the Blue Box. The Red Box, however, is heartily recommended, as it contains all the cards in the Blue Box, as well as 40 new cards that were never in the Fourth Fifth or Sixth Expansions. The Blue Box also comes with 30 blank cards so you can add your own cards to the deck. The Cards Against Humanity Blue Box includes 30 new cards, 30 blank cards, and 220 white cards.
Cards Against Humanity Family Edition: Glow The in Dark Box • 300-Card Expansion
The box literally glows in the dark, making it easy to find in a cave.
As one of the best party games around, Cards Against Humanity has been earning rave reviews ever since its debut in 2014. Its premise is simple: Players take turns drawing and playing despicable cards, some of which insult specific people and topics. The cards have stupid, offensive, and gross names (in CAH lingo, some of these cards are called Cards Against Humanity, but most are Cards Against Humanity: Shit), and hilarity ensues. In 2016, Cards Against Humanity expanded from its original 100-card set to the 300-card Family Edition. The expansion adds 30 new cards to the original game, including a variety of new categories and topics, such as religion, politics, and science. The cards also feature new art, which adds a fun (and slightly sinister) new aesthetic. The expansion's 30 cards are all black, except for the cards that reference religion, politics, and science, which are white. The cards are printed on glossy cardstock, and the cards in the Religion, Politics, and Science category are printed on special paper that glows in the dark. The expansion also includes 30 bonus glow-in-the-dark stickers that you can stick on almost any surface, including your laptop, phone, or car. The glow-in-the-dark stickers are also black, except for the stickers that reference religion, politics, and science, which feature white text. The glow-in-the-dark stickers are roughly the same size as CAH cards, but they're slightly wider and taller, and they don't fit in regular CAH decks. The expansion includes instructions for how to play Cards Against Humanity with the extra cards, but you'll probably want to cut those instructions in half. The expansion works seamlessly with the original game, and it's easy to play the expansion cards with the original game. The expansion cards are bigger and thicker than regular CAH cards, so you won't want to mix the expansion cards in with your existing CAH deck.
Cards Against Humanity: Red • Box 300-card expansion
Comes with 300 fresh cards to mix into your game (230 white and 70 black).
Cards Against Humanity is a party game, and it's a lot of fun. I've played it with my family, friends, and strangers, and it's always a fun experience. The premise of the game is that you have a bunch of cards with blank spaces, and you give a word or phrase, and whoever has the most matching cards wins. It's simple, but it's fun, and it's a lot of fun to play. If you get hit by the satire, it's hilarious, and the game does a lot to remind you of that. The Red Box contains a bunch of new cards, so it's a great way to expand your collection. There are also new cards that tell you which words your guests can and cannot say. It's a great game, and the Red Box is a great way to expand it.