Cards for Humanity: The Game for Wonderful People

Cards for Humanity: The Game for Wonderful People

Cards For Humanity sparks conversations and connections

Jeb Brack
  • 10 june 2015

By now you’ve probably encountered a certain card game that prides itself on being “for horrible people,” a game that asks questions that get filled in with silly, inappropriate, or downright nasty answers, all hoping for a laugh. But suppose you’re not a horrible person? Or maybe you’d rather get to know your friends in a more positive light? In that case, break out your copy of Cards For Humanity, a party game for wonderful people.

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