Slackers Rejoice: You Can Now Play Cards Against Humanity At Work

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Today is Thursday, which means that we just have one day between us and the wonderfulness that is known as the weekend. One. More. Day. Thank God, amirite? As I walked in this morning, I felt unusually tired and bogged down. I know “Mondays” are a thing, but “Thursdays?” Man, I don’t know. Maybe Daylight Saving is screwing me up or something, but whatever it is, I hate today.

There was a brief glimmer of hope, however, when I saw that someone on Facebook shared a post about being able to play Cards Against Humanity online. “It’s about damn time” I thought to myself as I excitedly clicked the link. Well, you know what happened? The site didn’t work. Whether it be due to lawyers or massive traffic, I don’t know and quite honestly I don’t really care. It just doesn’t work.

I was about to scrap this news story altogether and let out a serious “FUCK today” when I did a quick little Google search and found that although the new site is down, there is still something called the Cards Against Humanity Lab and that actually allows you to play the game as well…well, sorta. It’s more of a “lab” that allows you to play against a computer and pick the funniest option. But you know what? It’s better than nothing.

I’m not even going to ask if you’re excited because I know you are. So, I’ll keep this short and sweet. Click here to get the game — and if your boss walks over and wonders why you’re so giggly, just tell him that it must be due to your new medication. Then look him dead in the eyes and say “Who knew workplace depression could hit you so young? Thank God for Lexapro, you know what I mean?” Boom. You just scored yourself a day of nothing but inappropriate card games. Also, be on the lookout for an email from HR.

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Catie Warren

Catie struggles with adulthood and has been celebrating her 21st birthday for the past three years. She attended college in the nation’s capital and to this day is angry that Pit Bull lied to her, as you cannot, in fact, party on The White House lawn. Prior to her success with PGP, Catie was most famous for being featured in her hometown newspaper regarding her 5th grade Science Fair Project for which she did not place. In her spare time, she enjoys attributing famous historical quotes to Marilyn Monroe and getting in fights with thirteen year olds on twitter. Email:

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