None, but I am betting this was a trick question. The cards dimensions are fairly close to the standard dimensions of a Magic: the Gathering card. The cheapest card sleeves you could buy are the aptly named penny sleeves. These sleeves will run you on average $0.01 US. Since Cards Against Humanity runs 550 cards in the base set, you would be spending $5.50 ...
Changes to the base game are discussed here. There is also some additional information on this thread included photos showing old and new versions.
Between the original and version 1.2, it seems like they got rid of a lot of cards that mention proper names. It seems that cards mentioning Glenn Beck have been removed in 1.3. The second post indicates that ...
Yes, I have both the US and the UK version. There are different cards in both editions. And there are cards with slightly different texts (for example Dear Abby in the US version and Dear Agony Aunt in the UK version).
And some names are different (Margaret Thatcher only appears in the UK version). The UK version also contains Scottish warriors lifting ...
You can use these URLs to see the current version of the cards directly from CAH:
http://cardsagainsthumanity.com/wcards.txt (White Cards)
http://cardsagainsthumanity.com/bcards.txt (Black Cards)
These text files are updated frequently, whenever the base CAH set is updated.
For some expansions, .txt files also exist:
I bought ultra pro black sleeves and ultrapro white sleeves (700) for my cards against humanity [I have both expansions].
Using both colors helps keep cards distinct. Also, since we usually play around drinks it helps ensure that they stay protected/away from sticky surfaces.
Additionally useful, is that the write your own blank cards stay in tact (i used ...
Crabs Adjust Humidity is a 3rd party expansion pack, they offer packs of just blank cards which are almost identical to the original cards if you don't have enough blank cards in the expansions to write your own cards on. I have ordered about 8 of these now and just keep on expanding my own deck.
A simple solution if you are willing and able to spend some money:
Buy another copy of the game, a foam paint brush, and a small container of white paint. Using the foam brush you can paint a nice, even, thin coat of white paint over the face of the cards and use a black permanent marker when they dry to write whatever your heart desires!
Yes. Further to Toon Krijthe's answer, there are a number of cards that have been adjusted for cultural resonance, particularly with local stereotypes and common words..
The base games are freely available as PDFs to print an play (indeed, this is how the game gained popularity) on their website. You can compare the US edition to the UK edition.
Below are ...
Seeing as it's billed as an "unofficial expansion to Cards Against Humanity" (see website), I think the answer must be "yes". That said, it does appear the card backs are different, so you may need to slap everything into opaque-back sleeves to make it work really well.
I also bought Ultra Pro sleeves for my deck, in black. I made a fusion deck with the main set, 1st & 2nd edition, plus selected Apples to Apples cards. Ended up with almost 850 cards in total, so I picked up a cardboard deck box from a game shop for less than two bucks.
With shipping, I was able to get them for $0.05/each on Ebay. Well worth the ...
Expansion packs 1-4 each include blank cards - 8 white cards and 4 black cards. The Bigger Blacker Box expansion (and box) contains 50 blank cards (10 black and 40 white). These blanks printed using the exact same process as all the other CAH cards, so they're virtually indistinguishable from the official cards. With a blank card, you just write on it with a ...
I created templates for printing on the 'Spare cards' that come with the expansion packs.
I then bought Avery Crystal Clear labels (L7784)and used a laser printer to print them out. I cut them to size then applied them to the blanks and they look and feel almost identical to the Originals.
I have both Crabs against Humidity and Guards against Insanity. They can be mixed with Cards against Humanity. They have different backs but that is not a real problem.
Personally, I think the original (and the original expansions 1 to 6) are better. I use the following arguments:
A lot of the unofficial expansion cards are probably targetted to the ...
It is pretty common in other CCGs to play proxy cards. This is typically made up of a common card from the game being played, in a sleeve with a printed copy of the desired card, cut from plain paper and the same size as the other cards, placed in front of the proxy card.
You are correct to point out that the sleeves do make the cards, and subsequently the ...
BoardGameGeek.com seems to have a listing through expansion 3. You might be able to find more be going through the first couple pages of Google search results and second level links. This was found through the 3rd link in the search results.
You could always buy a pack of blank cards and then use Moo.com to create custom stickers to stick on the blank side. It would be virtually impossible to tell the difference unless you really disturb your cards
A cheaper suggestion is this: buy a set of card sleeves with one opaque face, print your cards and sleeve both your set and the original set. No one will know what they might draw. There are many options being sold in Amazon.com and in many other game stores.
You may want to know more about the quality of those sleeves prior to buying.
There's a website for making your own, generating a PDF, sharing, and printing your own cards. Unaffiliated with CAH or Apples to Apples, but quite similar and easier than hand-writing or editing a PDF.