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Things We Saw Today: The New Ready Player One Trailer Shows Us More of the OASIS

Warner Bros. has unveiled the new trailer for Ready Player One, and we get to see a lot more of the OASIS in this one.

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Cards Against Humanity For Her Is the Exact Same Game But Pink & It Costs More

Because we're worth it!

Cards Against Humanity has now released a just-for-women version of their famously irreverent game that's just as asinine as other *for her* products, but with a notable difference: the pointlessness is deliberate.

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Things We Saw Today: Tell Me What You Want What You Really, Really Want Is a Spice Girls Reunion

Yeah, it's official: the Spice Girls are reuniting. Well, three of them are, at least.

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No, You Probably Can’t Buy and Publish Congress Members’ Browsing Histories, but People Are Trying

Congress struck a blow to Internet privacy a few days ago, and people are understandably angry, but it was largely a symbolic blow. The last-minute Internet service provider data privacy rules put in place by President Obama's administration were struck down, but they'd never gone into effect in the first place, meaning nothing is actually changing other than us knowing where our lawmakers stand on our privacy versus the interests of corporations. Thanks, Obama.

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Cards Against Humanity Scholarship For Women In STEM Raised Over $500K

Cards Against Humanity announced a science-themed expansion pack a few months back, which promised to donate its profits to scholarships for women going into STEM. Well, the pack has raised over $500k, and the applications for the Science Ambassador Scholarship are now open!

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Cards Against Humanity Funds Women’s STEM Scholarship With New Science Pack

Uranus. The planet. What were YOU thinking?

Cards Against Humanity, a game known for its funny and offensive dark humor, released a new science-themed deck, and the money they make from profits will be going to a scholarship for women who are going into STEM education.

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You Can Play Cards Against Humanity in Your Browser With Anyone for Free

Be a terrible person anywhere, at any time.

Cards Against Humanity has always been free and easy to obtain for anyone with a printer, but this new, in-browser port means you'll never be caught without entertainment again.

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The Ladies of Downton Abbey Get Gloriously Crass in a Round of Cards Against Humanity

Do you think they were on drugs when they made this?

I wonder what the Dowager would think of this?

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Things We Saw Today: Santaur

Get seven more and you could pull a sleigh full of anthropomorphic reindeer.

From the people who brought you that rubber horse mask the internet loves comes this real, purchasable Christmas ornament.

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Cards Against Humanity Creator Accused of Sexual Assault, Denies Claims On Tumblr

Cards Against Humanity—which bills itself as being "for horrible people"—has always been a very complicated game for those who invested in social politics and feminism. Sure, making jokes about banging genetically engineered super soldiers is always a good time, but the game also has a history of cards with rape jokes and transphobic material on them, which is categorically not. Due to the actions of one of the game's creators, defending it is about to get a lot more complicated.

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The Mary Sue’s Cards Against Humanity: Play If You Dare

Cards Against Misogyny

Snark, feminism, science, inappropriate jokes, and bees?

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John Snow Knows ________________ In This Game of Thrones-Themed Cards Against Humanity Deck

Answer: Pac Man uncontrollably guzzling cum.

Game of Thrones is already pretty much against the idea of humanity when you think about it, what with the murdering and mutilating and raping and stuff. So why not add tasteless jokes into the mix along with it? That's what the folks at Inn at the Crosswords figured, so they created their own custom Cards Against Humanity deck.

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House Of Cards Against Humanity Is Now A Real, Officially Licensed Thing

"I can't believe Netflix is using _________ to promote House of Cards."

Do you like playing Cards Against Humanity, but wish it came with more "power, politics, and passive-aggressive handjobs?" Have we got the expansion pack for you. Well, okay, we don't, but the people who made Cards Against Humanity do.

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Cards Against Humanity Has a Doctor Who Expansion Now

It Goes Ding When There's Stuff

Ah, Cards Against Humanity. The best of games to play with your friends and the most uncomfortable of games to play with your family. (Christmas, two years ago. Mom and Dad, I am shocked.) And now, thanks to the comedy group Conventional Improv, there's a Doctor Who version called Cards Against Gallifrey ready to be downloaded, printed, and added to your deck. Hopefully unnecessary warning, but just in case: Behind the cut lies offensiveness.

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Terrible Things Kickstarter Wants You to Play The Party Game Where Everyone Loses

In the best way possible, of course.

Like hanging out and playing stuff with your friends? Are you and your friends all monsters who react to awful news with laughter and tell dead baby jokes to each other for fun? Then you're probably going to want this Terrible Things game in your life. Your horrible, horrible life.

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Drawings Against Humanity Tumblr Offends Everyone in the Best Way Possible

Because haven't you ever wondered what Miley Cyrus would look like with penis hands?

If you've ever played the wondrously reprehensible Cards Against Humanity, then it's definitely your favorite card game. How can we know for sure? Because you're on this website, so naturally you must be the same kind of awful human being that we all are. Shhhh, it's okay; you're among friends. Horrible, horrible friends. Friends who think the incredibly NSFW website Drawings Against Humanity is one of the funniest things to happen to the internet since the invention of the nut shot video.

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Cards Against Humanity’s Pay-What-You-Want Holiday Sale Produces Surprising Results

Any kind of sale where businesses invite their customers to pay what they please for goods just reeks of disaster. The obvious problem is that "paying what you want" tends to gravitate towards "paying nothing at all." The good people behind Cards Against Humanity recently held a pay-what-you-want sale for holiday packs, and they've released the data they collected from it. The results just might surprise you.

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