If you’ve never heard of Cards Against Humanity, you at least don’t know the pure terror felt by those of us who played it at our last family reunion. But most of you have enjoyed the party game we’d describe as “Apples-to-Apples with Tourettes,” and many of you probably have a deck at home.
Well, just this month, the company announced that they are releasing, for $6, a dad-based expansion pack.
These expansion packs, which come with cards like “The tiger that killed my father” and “Father’s forbidden chocolates,” are placed in DVD cases for fake movies that don’t exist, and are being sold at Target in the DVD section (because the Target DVD section is like the dad equivalent of the bat signal), though you can also buy them online if you’d rather not ask an employee, “Um, where can I find…the DVDs?”
So feel free to dad-up your Cards Against Humanity, but maybe try not to actually play with your dad. Trust us on this one.