Cards Against Humanity releases Mass Effect-themed set that’s mostly about banging aliens

The folks at Cards Against Humanity have teamed up with BioWare to create a new mini-expansion for their mega-popular party game based on the video game developer’s beloved Mass Effect series. As one might expect, given its obsession with pansexual interspecies romance, the 14 cards included in this limited edition…

Cards Against Humanity explains the thinking behind its truly awful Super Bowl ad

One of the great traditions of the Super Bowl comes after the fact, as pundits pick apart and contextualize the play on the field and advertising industry bloviators slap themselves on the back for having spent a shitload of money. The “creative” is explained in the context of each brand identity and the Super Bowl’s…

Cards Against Humanity is hiring a CEO, but it requires candidates to be Barack Obama

Since creating its namesake party game (and a chance for moms everywhere to ask what “bukkake” means), Cards Against Humanity has blossomed into a charitable, inclusive organization that’s raised nearly $5 million for nonprofits and high-poverty classrooms across the U.S. That said, the company isn’t without its…

23 great pieces of pop culture that almost make up for this dismal election

Welcome back to AVQ&A, where we throw out a question for discussion among the staff and readers. Consider this a prompt to compare notes on your interface with pop culture, to reveal your embarrassing tastes and experiences, and to ponder how our diverse lives all led us to convene here together. Got a question you’d

Cards Against Humanity has launched a very Cards Against Humanity anti-Trump campaign

Chicagoans driving down the inter-city interstate last week noticed a billboard that asked why Trump didn’t pay for that billboard if he’s so rich. Turns out, the billboard and accompanying website, Trumpdoesntpaytaxes.com, is the product of Chicago’s own Cards Against Humanity, the company known for the card game of…

Some Downton Abbey actresses got downright raunchy playing Cards Against Humanity

The inane and ridiculous party game Cards Against Humanity has sparked many an embarrassed giggle, but the most endearing ones so far (we’re assuming) just came from Downton Abbey’s Mrs. Matmore, Lady Edith, and Mrs. Hughes. Actresses Laura Carmichael, Lesley Nicol, and Phyllis Logan sat down for a quick round of the…