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I am so happy you’re here. Let me tell you about Mindcrushers. It is a deck of cards. You pick a card, and you have a conversation about what’s on the card. The cards are pretty weird and stupid.
So, what do you think? Did I do a good job? Will you give me your money?
I don’t appreciate your tone.
This is the website for the product Mindcrushers, available now for the cool, cool price of $19.99.
Mindcrushers is a cool, cool deck of 200 cards with cool, cool words on them.
The words say questions, and then you have a conversation about the questions, and then you decide who won that conversation.
Kind of. It’s more like a deck of funny conversation starters you can play as a game if you want to. It’s pretty low-key.
Two of the guys who created Cards Against Humanity wrote the words, along with a few other people.
You wouldn’t know them.
Yes. Mindcrushers is for people 17 and up.
Remove all the cards that say “NSFW”on them and Mindcrushers is okay for people 13 and up.
At least two or three people. But probably not a million. That would be ridiculous.
Well, the cards are supposed to crush your mind, metaphorically speaking. But really it’s just kind of a cool name, and nobody owned the trademark, so here we are.
Mindcrushers is great for events such as: boring Zoom calls, late-night parties, road trips, work bullshit, weed smoking sessions, pagan sacrifices, initiation rites, first dates, first kills, blood orgies, with your family, before or after playing America’s #1 party game Cards Against Humanity®, etc.
Church gatherings, children’s birthday parties, Jeff Bezos’ house, underwater, inside of a whale, while operating heavy machinery, at any Trump-branded property, etc.
Yes, you would be pretty bad.
Because I love you.
No. You don’t magically exist outside the laws of physics and causality.
Yeah, but it’s still cool and useful.
It’s the barbacoa. And you might not know this, but it’s even better if you add the fajita veggies.
No, Chipotle will put on the fajita veggies for free. It’s a loophole.
I have to go now. I’m needed in another FAQ.
Fine, one more.
If you accept that linear time is an illusion and that we live in an infinite multiverse, then death as we define it does not exist and cannot be the end.