Fashion’s House of Cards-------
Even those without a penchant (or, in my case, patience) for games could appreciate the Internet-sensationalized cult favorite Cards Against Humanity, “a party game for horrible people.” Other than exclusively being available online, the deck’s claim to fame is the awkward hilarity that ensues when dealing with inappropriate, offensive, politically incorrect, and downright dirty subjects.
If you’ve ever wondered what the game would look like if it was strictly industry-centric, Who What Wear created a parodied version dubbed Cards Against Fashion. See above for a few of our favorites.
tags: Cards Against Humanity
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