Cards Against Humanity Add An Expansion Pack For Horrible Ad People

Cards Against Humanity Add An Expansion Pack For Horrible Ad People

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If you're a horrible ad person, this is the game for you. It's also one giant ad.

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If you enjoy Cards Against Humanity, and you also happen to be a wretched advertising professional with no soul, you really need to get your grubby paws on this expansion pack.

The Juggernaut, a Toronto-based animation, design and visual effects studio, came up with Advertising Against Humanity — a CAH expansion pack “for horrible ad people”— and is giving them away as gifts this holiday. Incidentally, the cards themselves were written by Lyranda Martin-Evans and Travis Cowdy, who work at KBS+P Toronto.

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