‘Cards Against Humanity for Her’ Is the Same Game, but the Box Is Pink and It Costs $5 More

Hilarious parody of female-targeted products

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In a savage parody of women-targeted products like Bic for Her pens, and Cosmo and Seat’s car for women, Cards Against Humanity has released Cards Against Humanity for Her. It’s the exact same game as the original, but comes in a pink box and costs $5 more.

The press release is a gold mine of hilarity.

“We crunched the numbers, and to our surprise, we found that women buy more than 50 percent of games,” said Cards Against Humanity community director Jenn Bane. “We decided that hey, it’s 2017, it’s time for women to have a spot at the table, and nevertheless, she persisted. That’s why we made Cards Against Humanity for Her. It’s trendy, stylish, and easy to understand. And it’s pink.”

Bane added: “Women love the color pink.”

The game is available for $30 on CardsAgainstHumanityForHer.com, which has all sorts of ridiculous photos and GIFs. The limited-edition version “is expected to sell out,” the brand said.

“I’m so excited for this fresh version of Cards Against Humanity,” said CAH events director Trin Garritano. “I’m a 32-year-old woman, so I understand what it’s like to feel stale.”

“Cards Against Humanity for Her makes me feel like my type of beautiful,” added writer Lisa Beasley. “I can’t wait to share this game with my girls. As a black woman who makes 63 cents on the dollar, I would dip into my savings to get this game.”

Head writer Jo Feldman said: “Every night I cleanse with Alba Botanica Hawaiian nourishing face wash, then I moisturize with unscented Acure organics. My skincare routine is simple but effective. It’s important to pat dry with a soft towel.” Feldman did not mention the new game.

Cards Against Humanity for Her already has two new expansion packs: the Weed Pack ($5) and the Period Pack ($5). They are available at CardsAgainstHumanity.com.

“Rachel is the best Bachelorette we’ve ever had,” writer Ali Barthwell said in the press release. “She has the best chemistry with Dean or Peter. Bryan is too good to be true, and I don’t trust him.”

Profits from Cards Against Humanity for Her are being donated to Emily’s List.

@nudd Tim Nudd is a former creative editor of Adweek.