OREGON, IL (WCMH) — In true Cards Against Humanity fashion, the makers of the edgy card game once again trolled everyone with their Black Friday sale.
In the past, the company has raised the price of their game by $5, sold bull manure and gave customers the option to buy absolutely nothing for $5. This year, CAH raised money to dig a hole.
The Holiday Hole project raised just over $100,000 in two days. The online campaign to fund the Holiday Hole launched on Friday.
On the campaign’s webpage, the company make it clear that there is no deeper meaning to the hole. They also addressed the question of what people would receive for contributing by saying “A bigger hole. What else are you going to buy, an iPod?”
CAH posted an update at 3:07pm on Sunday.
The company has promised more updates soon.