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Via: Uproxx
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The game features both out of context quotes directly from the Bible as well as punched-up entendres based on real scripture (IE: "A fiery bush" or "A rainbow promising that God can genocide you through other means"). The creators didn't intend the game to be a satire or a wink-nudge parody of faith, but rather just a funny, bizarro take on well-known scripture - and the most awkward family gathering conversation starter.

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Via: UPROXX
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You may already know of the game "Cards Against Humanity," the "party game for horrible people" (read: "Apples to Apples" for the drunk and ironically racist crowd). Last year the company drove UP the price of their game to spite the feeding frenzy of worthless crap that is Black Friday.

This year, the company outdid themselves, selling a box titled "Bulls**t" in their iconic style. After paying $6 customers found that they were literally shipped manure, as per the description on the page. The product sold out within hours last Friday.

Here's a first-hand look at someone who got totally duped by the product courtesy of Imgur user TheRealCJ:

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Via: CBS Boston
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From CBS Boston:

A game of Monopoly ended with a young woman under arrest in New Hampshire.

Hooksett police say they were called to a home on Post Road late Sunday night for a report of a domestic disturbance.

Alyssa Ferraro, 21, told officers "she got into an argument with her boyfriend over a game of Monopoly and open hand slapped him in the face," according to a police statement.

The boyfriend was not seriously hurt.
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