Bigger, Blacker CardsYou know how, when you play Apples to Apples , the goal quickly changes from "Play the most appropriate combo" to "Play the funniest combo," and then further devolves to "Play the most terrifyingly offensive combo? Or to be less charitable, it's a party game where you pay money for a license to make crude jokes without getting ostracized by your perpetually-offended clique of faggots. But if you're reading this, that part probably doesn't apply to you and you just want a fun party game. It's specifically set up to be as offensive as possible in theory; see below but pulls it off well enough to come across as hilarious, instead of morbid. A great game to play with college dorm-mates, erudite friends, polite society, your grandmother, and anyone else over the age of
Cards Against Humanity
Here are some files you can print out and use for your own copy of Cards Against Humanity. These are formatted to be very simmilar size to the actual cards, so they should be compatible with any future expansions or any commercially purchased copies. So for best results, you may want to put these in colored sleeves to denote black vs. If you are printing these on paper as I did rather than card stock, you may also want to use playing cards or similar as a backer in the sleeve. First I have the core game, with what I believe is the first expansion included. These were made from text files found on the Cards Against Humanity website. Following that is the second expansion both black and white cards with a few blanks for formatting purposes.
Cards Against Humanity was originally funded via Kickstarter back in early The game was originally a free printable, with 40 exclusive Kickstarter-only cards that were only available to those who pledged. It was also available as a professionally-printed set. The entire Cards Against Humanity website is designed with a tone very similar to that of the game though a bit more PG rated than many of the cards. The header of the site displays hilarious card combinations, getting visitors in the mood to play the game. This tone supports the tone of the game, and makes the website downright fun. When was the last time you said that about Amazon?
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A little history
It has been compared to the card game Apples to Apples  and originated from a Kickstarter campaign in The name was later changed to Cards Against Humanity, with the answers pre-written on the white cards known today. The game was financed with a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign and influenced by a previous crowd-funded campaign for a book on the design of the Obama campaign. With this additional money raised towards the game, the creators added fifty more cards to the game itself. According to the rule book provided with the game, the person who most recently pooped a form of primitive randomization begins as the "Card Czar" or "Card Tsar" and plays a black card, face up. The Card Czar then reads the question or fill-in-the-blanks phrase on the black card out loud.
Seperate your white cards and black cards, and put one card on each line. White cards go on the left, black cards go on the right duh. If the line wraps, that's ok. Text will shrink as necessary to fit on each card. Zero-length lines won't get turned into cards, so you can separate each card with an empty line to distinguish between wrapping lines and the next card. However, lines containing only spaces will get turned into blank cards. The program will try to detect "Pick 2" and "Pick 3" black cards by the number of blanks in the card, but this can be specfied explicitly by adding [] or [] to the beginning or end of the line.