Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Cards Against Diabetes

Cards Against Humanity is kind of an awesome game. If you've heard of Apples To Apples, it bills itself as "Apples to Apples for horrible people." If not, here is the premise: there are black and white cards. The black cards involve one, two or three blanks to fill in. The white cards are things to fill in the blanks. Play rotates so that everyone playing gets to blind-judge the white-card submissions (minus theirs) in order. The usual trick to CAH is to be as offensive as humanly possible, or at least as clever or possibly unintentionally accurate or poignant as possible, depending on who is selecting the winning card.

As offensive as possible, you say? What's more offensive than having to deal with diabetes?

I propose a game of Cards Against Diabetes (though perhaps Diabetes Against Humanity would be more accurate). It would be awesome. So, so awesome. What better way to deal with this crap than to laugh at it?

I give you: some starter cards for Cards Against Diabetes. Note: this game is supposed to be offensive, so if you are very sensitive, please don't read the cards! You've been warned (although they could be worse, honestly). For everyone who wants to play: please suggest more cards! Does this call for a D-Meetup, or what?  I hope you enjoy! :)

Some black cards, to get you started

Some white cards, to get you playing.   



19 comments:

  1. ER MER GERD! sweet baby jesus this is good.

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  2. I love everything about this. Well done.

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    1. Aw, I'm blushing. I'll have to make more!

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    1. Too bad we can't kickstart our pancreases...

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  5. This is BRILLIANT! If I come up with any card ideas I will share for sure!

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  6. This is how I feel about those cards

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_xjBAd5G84

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  7. Love this!!!! my fave white cards are the babysitters club and steel magnolias lol

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  8. You can tell these are made by a diabetic, I can understand all of them, but find it hard to describe to anyone else.

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