Cards Against Humanity buys land along Mexican border to block wall

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Cards Against Humanity bought land on the USA border to prevent Trump from building his wall, and you can buy your own piece of the protest.

Cards Against Humanity, the notoriously politically incorrect party game that encourages players to be as offensive as possible, is taking aim at Donald Trump's border wall in its latest holiday special aptly titled "Cards against Humanity Saves America". Construction of border wall prototypes nears completion " Donald Trump is a preposterous golem who is afraid of Mexicans. He is so afraid that he wants to build a twenty-billion dollar wall that everyone knows will accomplish nothing.

According to the colorful FAQ, Cards Against Humanity is saving America from "injustice, lies, racism, the whole enchilada". By buying a plot of land on the U.S. -Mexico border and retaining a law firm specialized in eminent domain.

The land purchase and the new website are actually part of the kickoff to the company's annual holiday season marketing stunt. For $15 they will send you six "surprises" in the month of December, a map of the purchased lot, and a six-card expansion pack.

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Just think - in 20 years, you can tell your kids that you were on the right side of history.

Calling the presents "America-saving surprises", Cards Against Humanity promised that the campaign "will be fun, it will be weird" and offered a warning.

Last year, they dug a hole and kept digging it until time ran out, or people stopped donating to pay for the excavation machinery.

The minds behind the racy card game known for their unorthodox holiday promotions have returned with yet another odd proposal. Nowadays, Hawaii 2 is open to the general public for hiking or fishing. This summer, it launched "Cards Against Humanity: For Her", a version of the game that was the same as the original but came in a pink box and cost $5 more.

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