Love Crude Jokes? Make $40/Hour Writing Them for Cards Against Humanity

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“When I am President of the United States, I will create the Department of [blank].”

Your options are: “crippling debt,” “poor life choices,” “strong female characters” or “vigilante justice.”

If you think you can write better cards for Cards Against Humanity, now is your chance. The “party game for horrible people” is hiring remote contributing writers, paying $40 an hour.

Cards Against Humanity is an adult fill-in-the-blank card game. One person draws a black question card and the other players select their funniest white answer card, typically a risqué or politically incorrect phrase. The person that pulled the black card picks their favorite response, and the winning entry gets the point.

To apply, submit your best 15 white cards and best five black cards. Submissions are due by Aug. 31.

The job post says, “we strongly encourage applicants from historically marginalized communities to apply, particularly people of color, immigrants, and members of the LGBTQ+ community… Also looking for hot single dads.”

You can apply and find out more about how to write quality cards here. Good luck and may the poop jokes be ever in your favor.

Matt Reinstetle is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder. He had to go through a massive chunk of the Cards Against Humanity starter set to find cards suitable for publication.