Cards Against Humanity is a card game similar to Apples to Apples, where one player is a judge, and other players each pick a card from their hand to fill in the blank of a question card. In Cards Against Humanity, many of the questions and answers are vulgar, which leads people to describe it as “Apples to Apples for adults.”
Now, Pigeonhole Products, an independent woodworking company, is creating a storage solution for Cards Against Humanity and its expansions – in the form of a wooden coffin. The coffin will hold the original game and up to four expansions, separating the white answer cards from the black question cards. There will also be a tombstone shaped card divider for the white cards.
To check out the Kickstarter (including a stop motion video featuring the coffin), see here.