Think you’re clever enough to write for Cards Against Humanity?
The popular, R-rated card game — which the company self-describes as a "party game for horrible people" — is searching for new writers. The game's rules are simple: One player draws a black card that has a sentence with a blank space, and the other players fill it in with “sharp, punchy” phrases from their assortment of white cards, the company said.
“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,’” the website reads.
Submissions must include 15 of the white cards and five black card ideas.
Submissions are due by Aug. 31.
“We strongly encourage applicants from historically marginalized communities to apply, particularly people of color, immigrants, and members of the LGBTQ+ community,” the company said. “Also looking for hot single dads. Good luck. We love you.”
The company posted examples of how to write each card on its website here.
To apply, visit www.submissions.cardsagainsthumanity.com.