Cards Against Humanity Dug A Holiday Hole In Oregon, Illinois
If you thought Cards Against Humanity and their 2015 $5 Black Friday anti sale was going too far, they've somehow managed to do something worse.
There are two types of people in the world, those who've played Cards Against Humanity and those who haven't.
If you have, you should keep reading because this is some straight up Cards Against Humanity madness.
Since 2016, is the worst year ever, Cards Against Humanity decided to dig a whole and throw the entire year in it.
Funny thing is, the Holiday Hole was dug just outside of Rockford in Oregon. The guys behind the hole, said they would continue to dig as long as the donations kept coming rolling in.
So far, they've raised over $100,000 just by digging a hole. The plot of land on Pines Road just west of the railroad tracks was supposedly bought for $25K.
While the dig is complete, I managed to stop by yesterday and take some photos and a video from the road. The hole was pretty deep but I managed to see the top of the excavator a few times.
In a nutshell this is what 2016 is all about. A card game raised $100,000 by digging a hole in Oregon on Black Friday and according to the Holiday Hole website, "You’re supposed to think it’s funny. You might not get it for a while, but some time next year you’ll chuckle quietly to yourself and remember all this business about the hole."