Cards Against The 80’s

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times... It was the 80's; parachute pants were cool, the crack epidemic was in full swing, kids were playing with Transformers, and America saw the introduction of the dumpster baby. So why not memorialize these great moments in American history with a custom expansion pack for Cards Against Humanity? Right!?

80s-069After getting the 90's Nostalgia Pack from the great people at CAH I realized that they included a lot of cultural references that I got, and could appreciate, but when it came down to it I am a baby of the 80's. I grew up on He-Man, Transformers, and G.I. Joe. I pitied the fool, knew what Willis was talkin' bout... and yes I rocked a mullet at one point. So I got my creative juices ah flowing, and set out to make my own custom 80's expansion set for the game.

Cords Against The 80's

The files are located in the download link above; there are 52 white cards, and 20 black cards, for a total of 72 cards in 80s-001the set.  I tried not to get too obscure with my references so that everybody could enjoy them, but if there's something you don't understand feel free to declare your ignorance to the group, and let them laud you copiously for their own amusement. They can be printed out at PrinterStudio (or any other reputable print shop) on 63 x 88 mm playing cards with either a smooth or linen finish to blend right in with the rest of your cards.

These files are provided free for all to use, so please don't pop up on eBay trying to 80s-004sell them as some kind of "rare expansion pack" for Cards Against Humanity like a complete bottom-feeder. Just to be clear, I have absolutely no affiliation with Cards Against Humanity, and receive no compensation from them; I'm just a dork with some time on his hands, and a deranged sense of humor. As always, I welcome your feedback. Enjoy! =D

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