Electra House Goes Gangbusters For Cards Against Humanity

Electra House Goes Gangbusters For Cards Against Humanity

Cards Against Humanity is like an Eddie Murphy live comedy show from the late 80s; there is absolutely no filter. It’s exactly the sort of game to play in public!

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So, you’ve played Cards Against Humanity, right? Much like an Eddie Murphy live comedy show from the late 80s, there is absolutely no filter placed on the political correctness of this game. It’s like a free pass to admonish all sense of human decency. It’s filthy, but genuinely satisfying, much like being bathed in mayonnaise…

Which is exactly why people have already pack out Electra House for the debut of their Cards Against Humanity night on Thursday, 28th of July. Fortunately, there will be another opportunity on August 25 already in the works to toast the game that brings so much sadistic joy.

Actually, that sounds like a card combination:
“What would Grandma find disturbing, yet oddly charming?”
A: Sadistic joy.

Grab a vino or three to encourage your shenanigans but don’t make the mistake of missing out. Bookings for August are filling up fast too! So if you have the perfect answer to the question “With enough time and pressure ___________ will turn into ___________” you’d best call 7123 4055 or email [email protected] to secure your place.

Remember, all complaints need to go to www.cardsagainsthumanity.com. We can’t be held accountable for what this game makes us do.

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