Cards Against Humanity's Email Exchange With a Glitter-Loving Customer Is Hilarious

Cards Against Humanity's Email Exchange With a Glitter-Loving Customer Is Hilarious

If you know anything about Cards Against Humanity, then you know first and foremost that the card game manufacturer is well-versed in the ways of trolling. Remember the Cards Against Humanity Saves America pack?

Or how about their “Prongles” joke where they started selling the most blatant rip-off of the world’s favorite canned potato chips?

For all of their publicity stunts, the game’s creators also work on improving the game itself with expansions and add-ons, like the Cards Against Humanity Pride Pack.

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The additional set of cards doesn’t just pack a whole bunch of LGBT-themed irreverent jokes and offensive set-ups, it was also supposed to come with a bunch of glitter. You know, for extra fabulousness.

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The Pride Pack was such a big success that the CAH peeps eventually ran out of glitter, so some orders were shipped without the shimmery, sparkly extra.

Something that bummed Kaitlyn Johnson out so much that she emailed the games’ customer service reps to ask them if they could pretty please send her some glitter.

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And it didn’t take long for them to get back to her with this positively ominous message.

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When Kaitlyn came home one day she saw a letter from the game manufacturer in her mailbox.

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She ended up getting an apology card in the mail that was completely covered in glitter.

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And when I say covered in glitter, I mean, covered in glitter. Can you think of anything more colorfully annoying that opening up an envelope only to be assaulted by bits of sparkles, everywhere?

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It wasn’t just the one small envelope that they sent, either.

That was just the tip of the shiny iceberg.

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They sent her another, larger envelope, too. 

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Now she has more glitter than she knows what to do with.

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No, your eyes aren’t deceiving you, the Cards Against Humanity crew actually sent Kaitlyn an entire, Costco-sized bag of glitter. Well, if Costco sold glitter, that is.

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Here’s the thing: Although Cards of Humanity had already sent her an ungodly amount of glitter, Kaitlyn decided to get into the trolling business herself.

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She took a screenshot of their gift, and asked them if that was the best that they could do. 

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They heard her challenge loud and clear and decided that it was time to really impress her.

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An envelope wasn’t big enough to contain the CAH team’s second glitter onslaught on Kaitlyn.

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No, that isn’t an old TV set full of static, that’s an enormous mound of glitter.

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Finally, Kaitlyn tapped out and admitted that they got the best of the email-glitter exchange.

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The Cards of Humanity team reminded her that they did indeed warn her, and Kaitlyn knew it, too.

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Now I’m just biding my time until they release a peanut butter Cap’n Crunch extension pack. Until then, I’ll just keep my house glitter-free.

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Patton Oswalt Just Shared The Most Anthony Bourdain Email Of All Time

Anthony Bourdain is known as a titan of the culinary world. An authority on great cuisine. Some would even go so far as to call him a celebrity chef.

A moniker that Bourdain became famous for hating on. His book, Kitchen Confidential, which launched him into the stratosphere and helped make him a household name, was a stunningly well written tell-all that outed himself and other line cooks/chefs as being drug-addled madmen who happened to have a passion for amazing food. 

Bourdain even went so far as to make fun of celebrity chefs. His tell-it-like-it-is, devil-may-care bluntness was poetic – because he cut to the core of what he loved/hated about culinary culture.

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He looked and acted like a member of The Ramones that picked up a knife set instead of a guitar and stumbled into a kitchen instead of a sound stage. 

Unfortunately, Bourdain took his own life, leaving behind his 11-year-old daughter, along with the amazing persona he had developed over the years.

A persona that was evident down to his email correspondence. Patton Oswalt shared an image of a message he received from Bourdain after he had asked him for suggestions on what to do while honeymooning in Paris with his wife, Meredith Salenger.

Oswalt gave Bourdain a list of suggestions he had received from friends and family members and the No Reservations host responded in his trademark style:

Patton,

I’m a fan and an admirer so gotta tell you this is no way to enjoy Paris.

F*** them. All of them. They’re THERE, everywhere. You will see them from the car window as you go and do important s*** like live your life. In Paris !

Try and plan as little as possible.

Le Comptoire is great. Amazing food and perfect atmosphere.  Show early and squeeze in to L’Avant Comptoire next door.

Le Dome for shellfish tower

Rue Mouffetard for the market

And sandwiche jambon or fresh croissant anywhere at right time.

People responded to Oswalt’s tweet, telling him what he most definitely already knows.

And others couldn’t stop nodding their heads, calling the email “classic Bourdain.”

Tons of celebrities and prominent figures spoke up in the wake of Bourdain’s death.

Some shared personal experiences they had with the man.

And tributes/condolences are popping up all over social media for him.

Including people who worked or lived with Bourdain.

And those who worked in the same industry as the artist.

Whenever a noteworthy person passes away there’s no shortage of theories as to why they did it. But the real answer is depression. If you or anyone you know is depressed, get help:  1-800-273-8255.

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Trump Supporter Posts Email While 'Boycotting' Netflix And It Doesn't End Well

Yesterday, Twitter user and Donald Trump supporter, Baked Alaska, decided to cancel his Netflix subscription over the recently announced show Dear White People. The show is based on a satirical comedy film of the same name which explores racial tensions from the perspectives of several black students at an Ivy League college. 

This shouldn’t be a surprise considering that Baked Alaska was due to attend the pro-Donald Trump ‘DepolaBall’ in December, but was removed from the list of headliners when it emerged that he had a history of anti-Semitic and pro-Nazi tweets about the “Jewish question.”

Baked Alaska claimed in a tweet that the show “promotes white genocide,” and included a screenshot of his canceled Netflix subscription. 

For some reason, he decided to leave his email address in the screenshot. Here’s what happened next…

At least he sees the humor in it?

As does the rest of the internet.

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