Word to the wise, online power shoppers: If a company offers to sell you a $6 box of "bullsh*t" and explicitly states that you'll be receiving “literal feces, from an actual bull," you're probably going to end up with some cow poop in your mail box.
The purveyors of every "horrible" person's favourite party game Cards Against Humanity
announced this exact sales promotion at the end of last month as part of a cheeky affront to the increasingly frenzied culture
of Black Friday
(and Christmas consumerism in general.)
"To help you experience the ultimate savings on Cards Against Humanity this Black Friday, we’ve removed the game from our store, making it impossible to purchase," read the company's website on Nov. 28th.
The homepage linked to an online store with only one item for sale: $6 worth of "bullsh*t" packaged in a Cards Against Humanity box with some cartoon poop emblazoned on the side.