Cards Against Humanity trolls Black Friday

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Black Friday has tons of fantastic deals. With people afraid of them disappearing or running out, they often buy things without fully reading descriptions. The developers of Cards Against Humanity took advantage of this and the results are glorious.

Over on the Cards Against Humanity store, the developers adjusted its offering to only sell one product for the day, “Bulls***” – in fact, this wasn’t just a provocative name, it was fully literal.

Over on the team’s Tumblr account, they pointed out the FAQ for the product:

Are you selling any of your normal products today? No.
Is this actually poop? Yes.
Is it also something that’s not poop? No.
Can I return it when I realize that it’s actually just poop? No.
Is the poop dangerous? No. The poop is sterilized.
Is it legal to mail poop? Only one way to be sure.
Why is the poop only $6? Through the magic of incredible Black Friday super-savings.

Perhaps the best part are the responses when people realized what they’d done. I think this email is hilarious:

Hi-

I ordered this to be sent to a coworker. Is there the potential that I may get sued for the inappropriateness of the gifts. If so can I cancel the order or just send them to my brother instead?

Ah, family – at least you know you can send them a bunch of poop and they will still talk to you. Of course, the best email is probably this one:

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Bf troll email

Hopefully, this is a lesson to all of you – just because something is on sale doesn’t mean that it’s worthwhile. Also, read the FAQ or fine print before ordering. Or, just laugh at all these idiots who spent $6 on actual bull fecal matter.

Last Updated: December 2, 2014

Zoe Hawkins

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