People are paying Cards Against Humanity to dig a hole

Yeap, you read that correctly. According to the Cards Against Humanity team, 2016 was a bit shit. To celebrate they’ve started digging a big hole, and people are paying them to do it – wait, what?

“As long as money keeps coming in, we’ll keep digging.”

The business model is actually rather genius, pay $2 for a second of digging. One guy by the name of OneDoller Bob actually contributed $1,003 for a whole 601 seconds of glorious digging time.

Believe it or not, this isn’t the most bizarre thing the team behind Cards Against Humanity have pulled off. From hosting an event where a group of Redditors unlocks a giant safe on an island containing over 250,000 Cards Against Humanity cards, to convincing thousands of people into purchasing their “actual bullshit” gifts for $6 which turned out to be, you guessed it, actual bull shit.

This year, however, it’s all about the hole. The reason behind it is simply because the Cards Against Humanity team isn’t too happy about how this year has gone so far.

At the time of writing, there is roughly 17 hours remaining. The more money people throw down the hole, the bigger it gets!

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