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Clusterf**k sounds like a recipe for epic awkwardness. Happy holidays!

Just in time for the holiday season, the creators of Cards Against Humanity (the hugely popular “party game for horrible people”) have released a new game that you will really not want to play with your family. 

Clusterfuck is a sex party card game. Not for actual sex parties, you understand. Although that’s presumably an optional extra. It’s more like a sex party RPG, where you gain extra points for hooking up and participating in a threesome, and penalties come in the form of STD cards. Clusterfuck is part of Cards Against Humanity’s “12 Days of Holiday Bullshit” scheme, wherein 100,000 backers paid $12 for 12 mystery gifts over the holiday period.

As explained in the instruction video, the entire game is available for free download from the Cards Against Humanity website.

“Clusterfuck is played in two phases. First, players go around the table and pass each other sexy notes. Once each player has passed notes, everyone closes their eyes and points to the people they want to hook up with with one or both hands.”

To be honest, this sounds like a recipe for epic awkwardness. But if you add some (liquid) holiday cheer, it has the potential to be awesome, hilarious awkwardness, which is pretty much Cards Against Humanity’s main goal as a company. As a freely downloadable mini-game, it’s probably not going to reach the original CAH’s level of popularity, but it’s sure to liven up a few Christmas parties this week. 

Screencap via Clusterfuck

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