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We've all played it - some of us have even played it with our parents or grandparents (you sick bastards) - but does a game of 'Cards Against Humanity' ever leave you thinking "I could come up with stuff that is worse than this"?
Well, this could be the time for you to shine. The company that makes the game are looking for people to come up with ideas for their cards. They're even going to pay you to do it.
If the idea of making $40 (£31) per hour to come up with horrific jokes sounds like a laugh to you - and why wouldn't it? - then you need to get in touch with them.
So, how can you do this?
Well, as you might imagine, you have to head straight to their website, upon which there is a jobs page. Upon reaching that destination you'll be met with the job description - read it carefully.
They say that the work will be available to you 'sometimes' - not exactly a secure job, but working as a freelance bad-taste joke writer has got to be better than tipping out at the job club every Tuesday morning to get your Jobseeker's Allowance.
You'd better move fairly quickly, too. The deadline is August 31st. That gives you exactly two weeks to come up with your best schtick and get it to them.
They are looking for both white and black cards, so you'll have to come up with both. For those who are unaware of what that means - outside of the fact that this job is more than likely not the one for you - the white cards are answers, and the black cards are statements, basically.
For example, a black card might read: "Ever since I gave up [Blank] I've been craving more [Blank]".
Anyway, the job description reads: "Great news! Cards Against Humanity is looking for new writers. If your cards are solid, you'll join our pool of remote contributors and make $40/hr writing poop jokes as needed - which is "sometimes."
"To apply, you'll send us your best fifteen white cards and five best black cards. Submissions are due by August 31st.
"We strongly encourage applicants from historically marginalized communities to apply, particularly people of color, immigrants, and members of the LGBTQ+ community.
"Also looking for hot single dads.
"Good luck. We love you."
There you go - hit up the website if you think you're gross enough.
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