Facebook friend posted this. It's Buzzfeed posting 26 different card combinations for Cards Against Humanity. What a lazy awful article. Title call it something like "26 times Cards Against Humanity was Almost Too Perfect." The article amounts to "26 pretty funny CAH combinations." Tune in next week when they post "15 Amazing Moments in Kitchen History," where it's just pictures of refrigerators in a Best Buy in the suburbs.
This is a really unformed rant, but I just don't get why it exists. Reading the first couple pictures, it basically goes "This is pretty funny [picture] so was this [picture] So true, amirite? [picture] luls [picture]." While I'm sure the post does gangbusters for Buzzfeed, I just don't get its purpose. Oh, you played CAH and played it as expected? Cool, I guess, but I'd rather play it and see what crazy combinations get played by friends, rather than read other plays. Then again, I'm someone who enjoys watching other people play games, and Let's Plays and the like might just be the equivalent of this in the video game world. So what do I know?