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Cards Against Humanity Bought Land On The Border And Plan On Making Trump’s Border Wall Very Difficult To Build

“Donald Trump is a preposterous golem who is afraid of Mexicans.”

You might remember Cards Against Humanity as that fun, raunchy card game you played in college while getting tipsy with your besties. Well, they’re not all about making you decide if not wearing pants happens in abundance up in heaven.

The company is taking a stand against President Trump’s border wall by purchasing a plot of land on the U.S.-Mexico border. They even claim to have retained a law firm that specializes in eminent domain. This means that Cards Against Humanity is preparing for a long, expensive battle to slow down any progress the Trump administration makes in building the border wall.

The promotion had 150,000 slots available for people who wanted to pitch in $15 to partake in slowing down the proposed wall.

“There’s no time for questions—now is the time to act,” reads the website. “You give us $15, and we’ll send six America-saving surprises right to your doorstep. It will be fun, it will be weird and if you voted for Trump, you might want to sit this one out.”

All the slots sold out the same day the promotion went live. This means that Cards Against Humanity made $2,250,000 in one day through the campaign.

Fans of the card game are here for this holiday promotion.

Who else signed up for this campaign immediately?

It’s got people feeling very patriotic.

Who knew that finding a way to stall the border wall would be so popular?

Some people are triggered by the announcement.

But the joke is on them since Cards Against Humanity already got the money from that deck so they’re literally just burning their own money.

The FAQ section of the Cards Against Humanity website is getting the most attention for their comedic and troll-y answers.

“We’d like to cancel the 2016 election, but neither of us is going to get what we want.” #DEAD

And now, everyone is asking what else the company can do besides block the wall.


READ: The Border Wall Prototypes Are Up In San Diego. Here’s What That Means

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Yoooo, Why Do These Mexico Jersey Photos Look Like Telenovela Posters And Album Covers

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Yoooo, Why Do These Mexico Jersey Photos Look Like Telenovela Posters And Album Covers

If you follow fútbol fashion, you’re pretty aware that soccer is unlike many American sports, where the uniforms and jerseys rarely change season-to-season. In fútbol, the opposite is true: club teams often debut a new kit (uniform) every season and national teams change things up every few years. Before every World Cup, soccer jersey enthusiasts eagerly anticipate what designs manufacturers such as Adidas, Nike and Puma will come up with for the big tourney.

Most of the time, the photos for the jersey announcements look something like this:

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Nothing out of the ordinary. Just a guy posing in an empty soccer stadium with an awkward smile on his face.

In 2010, this is what Mexico’s World Cup jersey photos looked like:

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Just a basic white background. Generic soccer balls. No frills.

But this year, Adidas took things to another level, making Mexican players like Andrés Guardado, Javier “Chicharito” Hernández and Orbelín Pineda pose for photos that are oozing with desire, angst and passion.

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They even got Chicharito to do the “blessed” pose! ?

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Blessed? Must have been taken before he joined West Ham.

Honestly, some of the photos look like they could be posters for telenovelas. Just go with me on this. Andrés Guardado would be perfect in…

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Chicharito Hernández would definitely be the leading man in…

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Let’s not forget about Carlos Vela, who is absolutely smoldering in the poster for…

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You know, they could just as easily be album covers. I’d buy this one in a heartbeat.

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 If you want some Mexican pop ballads a la Luis Miguel or Christian Castro, Héctor Moreno has you covered.

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Is alternative pop more your thing? Take a listen to El Principito.

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How about some smooth, grown folks’ R&B? You can count on Carlos V.

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If you’re looking for an under-the-radar singer-songwriter, give Orbelín Pineda a shot.

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“Where’s the Latin Trap?” you ask. CHI – CHA – REE – TOH! has you covered.

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I mean, you could also just throw all of them together on a ??? mixtape.

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Now you see it, right?

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OK, anyway, Mexico will be wearing those new jerseys for the 2018 World Cup. So, um, yeah, keep an eye on ’em!

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