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Cards Against Humanity selling bizarre items in 99% off sale

Cards Against Humanity is continuing its tradition of strange Black Friday stunts with a ‘99% off’ sale on some truly bizarre items.

“Today is Black Friday, Cards Against Humanity’s favorite holiday. This year, we want to remind everyone of the reason for the season: deals,” the company says on its website.

Holy f*** have we got some deals,” the site continues. “Every ten minutes, a new deal will go live on this page. Don’t be frightened by the deals. Just click and let the savings wash over you.”

Items reportedly sold include a 17th-century Italian halberd, a life-size Orlando Bloom cut-out, a 2015 red Ford Fiesta with 25,000 miles, Bill Pullman’s actual flight suit from Independence Day and 500 pounds of dry garbanzo beans.

Cards Against Humanity insists the items are very real, and they are really selling them.

"We have most of these items in hand at the office here (and our office is filled with crazy stuff right now)," Cards Against Humanity co-founder Max Temkin told Business Insider. "This is 100% real and possibly a very bad idea."

Temkin said the items are sold in extremely limited quantities.

For last year’s holiday stunt, the company bought land along the U.S.-Mexico border to block the wall. In 2015, the company asked people to send them $5 in exchange for nothing. In 2016, they spent more than $100k digging a huge hole in Illinois.


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