Disney Version Of Cards Against Humanity Rumoured To Be Coming

by : Francesca Donovan on : 04 Mar 2018 14:08
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Rumours have resurfaced which are guaranteed to ruin your childhoods.

Cards Against Humanity are said to be releasing a Disney-inspired expansion pack, allowing players to kiss goodbye to the innocence of yesteryear.


Just when you thought the potty-mouthed, dirty-minded guys over at Cards Against Humanity couldn’t go after anything else, it seems they’re coming for your rose-tinted memories of the movies too.


Back in July 2017, a post was uploaded to the company’s Facebook showing a possible mock-up for the Disney-themed cards.

Of course, the alleged mock-up was quickly deleted, but not before one hawk-eyed fan screen-grabbed the evidence for hopeful card gamers to feed off until the news is either confirmed or denied.


…And the content will likely have Walt Disney turning in his cryogenic freezer.


Options include ‘Jayne and Tarzan’s wild jungle sex adventures’, ‘vaginal burns from Lumiere’ and ‘Bambi’s dead mother’.

They certainly are not suitable for children, and seem to have come out of the bottomless pit of evil from whence all Disney villains were spawned, along with the likes of Rasputsin, Gaston, the nasty kid in Toy Story and Scar himself.


You can catch some of Scar’s lowest moments below, if you dare:

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More answers on the screenshots include ‘Dory the lesbian fish’, ‘the vibrating toy in Andy’s mum’s bedside table’ and ‘Quasimodo’s private time with his bells’.

In case you missed it, Cards Against Humanity, the brainchild of eight friends in their mid-20s which started as a small crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter, is the card game which requires you to be a terrible, terrible person.


The friends, who met at school in their hometown of Chicago, Illinois, are named Max Temkin, Josh Dillon, Daniel Dranove, Eli Halpern, Ben Hantoot, David Munk, David Pinsof, and Eliot Weinstein.


The concept of the game is simple – each round, one player asks a question from a black card, and everyone else answers with their funniest white card.

Perhaps this reported Disney edition of Cards Against Humanity – the party game for horrible people – is not one you’ll want to play with your little cousins. Or your gran.


Best stick with the quiet, cushy world of virtual reality gaming instead:

Disney haven’t confirmed any collaboration is on the cards – and the nature of the game is probably dead against their family-friendly branding.

But if you’re desperate, Cards Against Humanity have loads of other pop culture off-shoots to dig your potty-mouthed teeth into.

A box of 460 white and 90 black cards costs around £20 from Amazon, and current expansion packs include a Donald Trump pack, a 90s pack, and a sci-fi pack.

You might’ve guessed, but the creators, who bought part of the Mexican border to stop Trump building a wall, really let rip on the Presidential pack.

Cards Against Humanity

There’s also an unofficial Harry Potter Cards Against Muggles pack which fans thought were magic. There are already unofficial Disney ones circulating online too if you can’t wait to have a go!

Someone also stole the concept to create a Deadpool-themed game similar to Cards Against Humanity.

Here’s a little taste of the utter filth the Merc with the Mouth could bring to wordplay:

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Great to enjoy over some chimmy changas…

And a bad guy skewer, of course.

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Francesca Donovan

A former emo kid who talks too much about 8Chan meme culture, the Kardashian Klan, and how her smartphone is probably killing her. Francesca is a Cardiff University Journalism Masters grad who has done words for BBC, ELLE, The Debrief, DAZED, an art magazine you've never heard of and a feminist zine which never went to print.

Topics: Film and TV


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