Cards Against Humanity Buys An Island
Cards Against Humanity purchased a 6-acre private island in Maine and is giving 1-square-foot parcels to all participants in its holiday fundraising campaign.
The Portland Press Herald reports the game-maker bought Birch Island in St. George Lake for about $200,000. They renamed it ‘Hawaii 2.’
The company wrote on its blog that it joked a couple of years ago that they could have bought a small private island with the money they donated to charity. So this year, they actually did it.
The company sent certificates to about 250,000 participants in a holiday fundraising campaign granting each of them license to 1 foot of the island. The campaign is dubbed “Ten Days or Whatever of Kwanzaa.”
Cards Against Humanity is a funny card game based around humor, pop-culture and sexual references, and profanity.
This is how the game for horrible people is played.