Cards Against Humanity E-mail sharing with Glitter-Loving customers is funny
If you know something about Cards Against Humanity, then you know first and foremost that the card game maker is familiar with the possibilities of trolling. Remember the Cards against humanity saves America package?
Or how about her "Prongles" joke Where did you start selling the most blatant rip-off of the world's most popular canned potato chips?
For all of them Advertising stuntsIn addition, the developers of the game are working to improve the game itself with extensions and add-ons, such as the Cards Against Humanity Pride Pack.
Not only does the extra card set contain a whole slew of LGBT-style disrespectful jokes and offensive setups, it should also come with a pile of glitter. You know, for extra fabulous.
The Pride Pack was such a big hit that the CAH Peaks ended up with no glitter, so some orders were shipped without the shimmering, sparkling extra.
Something that upset Kaitlyn Johnson so much that she sent an e-mail to the game's support staff to ask her if she could send her some glitter.
And it was not long before they returned to her with this positively ominous message.
When Kaitlyn came home one day, she saw a letter from the game maker in her mailbox.
In the end, she got an apology card in the mail, which was completely covered with glitter.
And when I say, covered with glitter, I mean covered in glitter. Can you come up with something much more colorful that opens an envelope to be attacked by scraps of sparks everywhere?
It was not just the little envelope they sent.
That was just the tip of the shiny iceberg.
They sent her another larger envelope.
Now she has more glitter than she knows what to do with it.
No, your eyes are not fooling you, the Cards Against Humanity team actually sent Kaitlyn a whole glittering bag made in Costco format. Well, when Costco sends glitter, that's it.
Here's the point: even though Cards of Humanity sent her an ungodly amount of glitter, Kaitlyn decided to go into the trolling business herself.
She took a screenshot of her gift and asked her if that was the best thing she could do.
They loudly and clearly challenged her and decided that it was time to really impress her.
An envelope was not enough to prevent the CAH team's second glitz on Kaitlyn.
No, this is not a TV set full of statics, that's a huge glitter.
Finally, Kaitlyn knocked and admitted that they had got the most out of the email glitter exchange.
The Cards of Humanity team reminded them that they actually warned them, and Kaitlyn knew it too.
Now I'm just waiting for my time to release a peanut butter Cap Crunch expansion pack. Until then, I'll just make my house sparkle.