A couple of weeks ago somebody released an unofficial Disney version of 'Cards Against Humanity' - combining childhood nostalgia with twisted shit you probably never wanted to think about. And, as you can imagine, if Cinderella, Snow White and Aladdin aren't sacred, then neither is everyone's favourite speccy wizard.

You can now order the 'Cards Against Muggles' game, which packs tons of tasteless (unofficial) Harry Potter references with the makers describing it as 'strictly for Potterheads over 18'.

Credit: Facebook / Cards Against Muggles

Credit: Facebook / Cards Against Muggles

Credit: Facebook / Cards Against Muggles

Available only as a download, It contains over 1,200 cards (350 black cards and 850 white cards), with suggestions such as 'I found a ton of in the restricted section' and ' is how I got stains on the invisibility cloak'.

The manufacturer describes the games as: "A must for all Harry Potter and/or Cards Against Humanity fans. Its guaranteed to bring hours of laughs! You don't want to miss out on owning this game if you are a fan!"

Credit: Facebook / Cards Against Muggles

Credit: Facebook / Cards Against Muggles

Credit: Facebook / Cards Against Muggles

There are over 150 pages in total, with 9 cards per page and the manufacturers suggest that anybody who wants them to feel more 'authentic' should get them printed on card at their local office supply store.

Although they're not official, the real Cards Against Humanity is described as 'a party game for horrible people'.

The original version, like the unofficial releases, sees players complete fill-in-the-blank statements using words or phrases typically deemed as offensive, risqué or politically incorrect printed on playing cards.

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James Dawson

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