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Heated Argument Home Heating

Tis the Season
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As chilly weather and the holiday season both descend upon us, this card game will keep you entertained for hours while providing much needed savings on your heating bills!

With both timely and timeless topic card categories such as:

1. Trump. As if you doubted it.
2. Hillary. Too soon?
3. She asked for it.
4. Why can't you dress like a normal person
5. When are you going to get a job.
6. When are you going to get married?
7. Why can't you just divorce that jerk?
8. You spend this much on what?!?!
9. There's always next year

You'll be entertained for hours, and forget about the miserable weather outside. Alcohol recommended.

theircompetitor, Nov 22 2017

Other games in the series .... http://somethingpos...et/sp11212017.shtml
" The expansions are limitless .... " [normzone, Nov 22 2017]

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       It could be paired with a pack of cards for "Unhappy Families" ... Mr Shark the Divorce Lawyer, Mrs Stitch the ER physician, Miss Smug the marriage counsellor, Mr Scrub the crime-scene cleaner ...
8th of 7, Nov 22 2017
  

       I'm convinced that somewhere there is a table with a bunch of government types playing a round of Cards Against Humanity and simply publishing their results as news.
RayfordSteele, Nov 22 2017
  

       Well, we already know Einstein was probably wrong when he said that God doesn't play dice with the universe.
theircompetitor, Nov 22 2017
  

       “God does not play dice with the universe; He plays an ineffable game of His own devising, which might be compared, from the perspective of any of the other players [i.e. everybody], to being involved in an obscure and complex variant of poker in a pitch- dark room, with blank cards, for infinite stakes, with a Dealer who won't tell you the rules, and who smiles all the time.” (Terry Pratchett).   

       // somewhere there is a table with a bunch of government types //   

       Brussels or Strasbourg; it changes every six months ...
8th of 7, Nov 22 2017
  

       Hmmm.... reminds me of submarine warfare - two men in a pitch black room, each listening for the other and carrying a baseball bat.
normzone, Nov 22 2017
  
      
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