There are a few words that spring to mind when thinking about Donald Trump. Granted, they're likely not the least bit flattering or positive, but now you no longer need to feel bad for slagging off the billionaire President wannabe because a Trump version of Cards Against Humanity has been created to do just that.
The unofficial add-on to the notoriously offensive Cards Against Humanity game, whereby one players asks a question from a Black Card and everyone has to answer with their funniest/most offensive from a White Cards, is the brainchild of Canadian ad agency Sid Lee, and the results are spot on.
The company's co-executive creative director, Jeffry Da Silva, said the idea came after all the outrageous things Trump had said during his campaign. "We were watching CNN at night, we were watching clips on YouTube and Fox News and everything. We had a bunch of team members scouring the Internet for the best line. We made a short list and we put them into the cards.”
Around 100 packs were produced intended to give away to clients, but now there's thousands of requests after the post went viral. “I feel like people were sort of like waiting for it,” he said. “Not only was it one of those things where not only is a great game, but just the line inherent in the name of the game Trump Against Humanity is pretty powerful. it's just like ready-made for the Internet and for tweeting.”
Someone get us a pack, stat.
Feature image: Sid Lee Collective