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This Company Hates Black Friday So Much, They Sent Customers Actual Poop

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The good people at Cards Against Humanity, hate Black Friday so much that they sent 30,000 customers actual shit. The $6 party game performed a stunt where regular product was removed from the site, only allowing for the purchase of "Bullshit." The excrement collected from a cattle ranch sold out in less than two hours, and is now available at 600% markup on eBay. Co-creator Max Temkin explains the reasoning behind shipping feces to the American public, "We all really hate Black Friday, it's just kind of a horrible day." Some were surprised that what they received was actual bullshit, but hey, you get what you pay for.