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Cards Against Humanity Sells Poop on Black Friday

Cards Against Humanity Sold Poop on Black Friday — Yes, Actual Poop

Cards Against Humanity called bullsh*t on this year's Black Friday shoppers, and it's causing a crap-ton of backlash on social media. On the day after Thanksgiving (when many people rush to stores to pick up big bargains), the card game company removed all the usual merchandise from its website, listing only one product for purchase: a $6 box of Bullsh*t. The product sold out within two hours, indicating that 30,000 shoppers either really love poop or that they believed it to be a hoax. Apparently, the majority of Black Friday shoppers purchased under the impression of the latter . . . because upon receiving boxes of actual bull excrement, a lot of Cards Against Humanity customers are losing their sh*t.

"We all really hate Black Friday, it's just kind of a horrible day," Cards Against Humanity cocreator Max Temkin told Time magazine of the controversial sale. "It comes after this day where you're supposed to be thankful for what you have, and then it's just this whole huge media spectacle of people fighting each other to save $50 on a TV." Instead of feeding into corporate greed and creating a profitable retail frenzy, Temkin's company made a 20 cent profit per box of poop sold on Black Friday — all of which will be donated to a livestock-related charity. Sure, people are mad about their boxes of poop, but what can you say? Cards Against Humanity didn't bullsh*t anybody about what the company was selling. Watch the video to see an unboxing of the actual product, because packaged poo is no joke.

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