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“Stupid.”

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Cards Against Humanity is a fill-in-the-blank party game that turns your awkward personality and lackluster social skills into hours of fun! Wow.

“Stupid”

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The game is simple. Each round, one player asks a question from a black card, and everyone else answers with their funniest white card.

Buy the game.

Steal the game.

Since day one, Cards Against Humanity has been available as a free download on our website. You can download the PDFs and printing instructions right here—all you need is a printer, scissors, and a prehensile appendage.

Please note: there’s no legal way to use these PDFs to make money, so don’t ask.

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Your dumb questions.


Our products are available all over the place, such as our webstore, Amazon, and at all of these retailers.


We make localized versions of Cards Against Humanity for Canada, Australia, and the UK, plus a whole special “International Edition” devoid of any exciting country-specific jokes. You can get all of that stuff on our webstore.


The game is simple. Each round, one player asks a question with a black card, and everyone else answers with their funniest white card. You can read the official rules here.


Yes! We sell a handful of large boxed expansions and dozens of small themed packs, plus a few accessories and other bullshit.


Take a deep breath. Contemplate the transience of all things. In your mind’s eye, envision the faces of everyone you love and everything you hold dear, and let them go.

Then go to our webstore FAQ, and if that doesn’t help, send us an email at Mail@CardsAgainstHumanity.com.


Maybe! Email Retail@CardsAgainstHumanity.com for more information.


No. We need to make money somehow.


Yes, and it’s mostly fart jokes. You can check out Cards Against Humanity: Family Edition here.


Absolutely. We rewrite huge swaths of the game every year, swapping in spicy hot jokes to replace lame dated references. For example, we recently replaced “Hillary Clinton's emails” with “A time-traveling Chinese general from the Shang Dynasty.” The latest edition is 2.3, and it’s almost completely different from the original version of the game.


No! We don't want to.


You can help us test out new cards at the official Cards Against Humanity Lab. You can also play online at Pretend You’re Xyzzy (though we can’t promise they’ll always have the latest cards and we can’t vouch for their user-generated content).

Finally, we highly recommend not playing online and instead playing in the real world so you can look your dad in the eye while saying “pixelated bukkake.”


No! We legally own the name “Cards Against Humanity” as well as the design of our game, the slogan, our logos, and all of our writing. That means you need a license from us to use any of that stuff. Please don't make anything that confuses people into thinking it’s affiliated with us, or we’ll have to call the lawyers.


No you don’t. But you can submit your ideas anonymously here if you want to. We promise never to look at them.


So are we. It’s pretty fucked up!


We’re way too busy for bullshit like that. Check out Your Shitty Jokes. It contains 50 blank cards that you can fill with your stupid card ideas.

Note: this policy does not apply to Hugh Jackman.


You don’t need the help of Cards Against Humanity LLC to do this.


We did. It’s in Maine, and you can learn more here.


We briefly stopped producing our game to fulfill our lifelong dream of launching Original Prongles. But that was a financial catastrophe, so now we’re back to making comedy card games.


Unfortunately, no. That was also a financial catastrophe. But you can check out when we did that here.


I love you, too.