DEAR internet person
Last month, someone in the Netflix marketing department had an epiphany: House of Cards and Cards Against Humanity both contain the word “cards.” When we got a phone call from Netflix, we enthusiastically agreed that the two products indeed contain the word “cards.”
One month and many brainstorming sessions later, we completed the House of Cards Pack:
25 brand-new cards about power, politics, passive-aggressive handjobs, and other scenes that we can never unsee.
Sign up here to get a pack for free. One per person, US and Canada only. Season two comes out February 14.
– Cards Against Humanity
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You see on your screen proof that Cards Against Humanity has finally sold out: a set of cards promoting the new season of House of Cards, which premieres on Netflix on February 14.
House of Cards tells the story of Frank Underwood, a congressman with morals as flexible as his southern accent, and Zoe Barnes, an awkward teenager trapped in the body of her mother for just one day (note to self: check this before posting online). To research this pack, we talked with the head writer of House of Cards and watched almost all of the first season. Like many of you, we can’t wait to see what all of our favorite characters, like Remy Danton and Peter Russo, do in season two
25 shitty jokes about House of Cards. An origami swan that’s some kind of symbol? A homoerotic subplot.
Forcing a handjob on a dying man. Ribs so good they transcend race and class. The sensitive European photographer who’s fucking my wife.
Carbon monoxide poisoning.
Discharging a firearm in a residential area. Getting eaten out while on the phone with Dad. Making it look like a suicide. A much younger woman. An older man.
Strangling a dog to make a point to the audience. A childless marriage. My constituents. Punching a congressman in the face.
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