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Cards Against Humanity Dishes Out Candy for Halloween - With a Political Twist

The card company said there are no surprises with the worms, despite previous stunts that included unexpected cards

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    Cards Against Humanity Dishes Out Candy for Halloween - With a Political Twist
    Cards Against Humanity

    Handing out candy this Halloween just got political thanks to Cards Against Humanity.

    The popular card game company based in Chicago is now selling “Remember to Vote Worms,” encouraging candy eaters to vote this Election Day, which takes place nearly one week after Halloween.

    “This Halloween, be the scariest house on the block by reminding your neighbors of the impending collapse of our nation’s political system!” the website reads. “When they say "trick or treat," give them a bag of Cards Against Humanity’s Remember to Vote Worms.”

    The “creepy-crawly treats” feature flavors like “due process cherry,” “rule of law lemon-lime,” “separation of church and grape,” “give me liberty or give me blueberry” and “our political system is backsliding into authoritarianism mango.”

    A 12-pack of candy worms costs $8.95 and are only available for shipping in the U.S.

    The card company said there are no surprises with the worms, despite previous stunts that included unexpected cards.

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