This is the finest Black Friday trolling, courtesy of Cards Against Humanity

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It’s Black Friday – the day people put aside their love and compassion for others and queue at 5am to fight over LCD TVs.

Most retailers are getting in on the action but none quite like Cards Against Humanity.

The controversial card game, which is usually accompanied by drinking and horrified laughter, has a special deal today.

The website is selling nothing for $5. Yes, literally nothing. The company is asking for $5 of your hard-earned cash and giving you nothing in return.

In fact, if you go on the Cards Against Humanity website in order to buy the game, you’ll find it’s not for sale.

The website’s Q&A says:

If I give you $5, will I actually get anything in exchange?

We’re so glad you asked! No.

Why are you selling nothing?

On Black Friday, everybody is selling something. We’re the only company to offer the superior Black Friday experience of buying nothing.

But really, I’ll get something, right?

No, we’re not even taking your shipping address. All we have to offer is nothing.

But I need to buy your game right now.

Sometimes buying nothing is better than buying Cards Against Humanity. This is one of those times.

If I give you $5, what are you going to do with the money?

That’s for us to know and you to find out. We’ll make the announcement soon.

Why would anyone just give you $5?

Because the greatest Black Friday gift of all is buying nothing. We’re offering that for the rock-bottom price of $5. How can you afford NOT to seize this incredible opportunity?

This is not the first time the company has introduced a Black Friday deal. Last year, it offered “bullsh*t” for $6 each and sold 30,000 boxes. Customers opened those boxes to find, yep, you guessed it – cow… leavings.

Cards Against Humanity hasn’t yet said where the money will be going but last year it donated it to a poverty charity.



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