12 Days of Holiday Bullshit With Cards Against Humanity

Cards Against Humanity dishes out 12 mystery gifts this year.

The popular card game, Cards Against Humanity, is spreading the Christmas bullshit a little early this year with their 12 Days of Holiday Bullshit.

For $12, you will receive 12 mystery gifts over the course of 12 days in December--but you will have all 12 by Christmas. For those of us with estranged families, or those of us who really have no idea what to ask for (liquor is always a safe choice), this is a pretty decent solution. Or just a fun holiday treat to give yourself or a friend. Really, it's only $12.

CAH will start mailing out gifts in the first week of December. There are a limited amount of slots, so once the slots are filled, that's it. As of writing, there are 92,000 slots open, though that number is dropping rather quickly.

Keep in mind that CAH will not ship outside of the US and Canada, and residents who live in Canada get to pay $22 rather than $12. Purchases are limited to one per household.

Whether or not our mystery gifts will be awesome CAH cards has yet to be seen (...obviously), but one can only imagine that if they aren't awesome, they're hilarious.

Head over to the CAH Holiday Bullshit website to purchase your mystery gifts before they're all gone!

Former Staff Editor

whale biologist.

Published Nov. 13th 2013
  • Carrie_4412
    I am loving my CAH Holiday Bullshit presents! I also got one for my BF but he isn't sharing.
  • Eli "The Mad Man" Shayotovich
    Featured Correspondent
    Love the follow up Email.. "Dear holiday shopper, Congratulations on giving $12 and your address to some strangers on the Internet."

    Their marketing is epic.

    FYI... if you've purchased the Bigger Blacker Box there's a hidden gift. ;) https://twitter.com/ChanpuruDragon/status/396893023474155520
  • Stephanie Tang
    Featured Columnist
    ....Sometimes I hate living in Canada. But. MINE.
  • dane0mite
    Featured Contributor
    Ditto. Please be the best $12 I've spent....please.
  • Amy White
    Former Editor in Chief
    Annnnnnnd bought.

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