Bushwick Version of Cards Against Humanity Features Such Fill In the Blanks As “If I Weren’t Such A Slut, I Probably Wouldn’t Have _____________.”

March 25, 2015 Comments Off on Bushwick Version of Cards Against Humanity Features Such Fill In the Blanks As “If I Weren’t Such A Slut, I Probably Wouldn’t Have _____________.” 838 News
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In the wake of Bushwick-themed board game The Gentry, game innovators throughout the neighborhood have been flourishing, with ideas as far-ranging as a video game centered around accruing as many PBRs as possible to a Twister-like floor game that’s really just an orgy.

The original version of the game

The original version of the game

The latest among the slew of game ideas, however, is a Bushwick version of Cards Against Humanity called Bushwick Against Humanity. Helmed by local resident Marley Thumbtwiddler, a 34-year-old who often throws parties at his luxury apartment inside of 960 Willoughby, the game would feature a 60-card deck with an allover graffiti pattern on each instead of the standard black and white.

A Bushwick Against Humanity card

A Bushwick Against Humanity card

When asked what motivated him to pursue this Bushwick slant on Cards Against Humanity, Thumbtwiddler stated, “I don’t know, I throw a lot of parties–you should come to one some time–and so obviously I play a lot of Cards Against Humanity. But it just wasn’t resonating with me. It was only when I amended the card, ‘His newest and most difficult stunt, David Blaine must escape from _____________.’ to ‘Her newest and most difficult stunt, Lena Dunham must escape from harsh literary criticism.’ And the answer card I made up too. So this is sort of where the genesis stemmed from.”

The card that inspired the idea

The card that inspired the idea

Thumbtwiddler is working out all the kinks of production and financing, but expects to be selling the game at Better Than Sex by the end of April.

Written by Genna Rivieccio

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