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by Jeff
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#984380 added May 26, 2020 at 7:06pm
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Cards Against Celebrating

"30-Day Blogging Challenge | May 26

Prompt

Honestly, I find this prompt really frustrating. At first I kind of just wanted to throw my hands up and go, "When I'm in the mood to celebrate, nothing can stop me from... celebrating? What else do you want from me???" But then I was discussing the prompt with a friend and we decided that it would make an interesting Cards Against Humanity or Apples to Apples prompt card, so that's exactly what I'm going to do.

First, I'm going to draw ten white cards from the Cards Against Humanity deck.

These are my cards:

         1. A sausage festival
         2. An erection that lasts longer than four hours
         3. Actually taking candy from a baby
         4. Sniffing glue
         5. Grave robbing
         6. Eating the last known bison
         7. Dropping a chandelier on your enemies and riding the rope up
         8. Getting naked and watching Nickelodeon
         9. Whipping it out
         10. Waking up half-naked in a Denny's parking lot

Next I'm going to choose which card I want to play. And this is going to be a tough one because there are a lot of potential great ones here. #7 is one of my all-time favorite ones to play in a game of Cards Against Humanity. The imagery is just

To be honest, these would all be great cards to play, but I think I'm going to have to go with #2:

When I'm in the mood to celebrate, nothing can stop me from an erection that lasts longer than four hours.

*Laugh*

I picked this card because the idea of such an intense physical reaction to wanting to celebrate genuinely made me laugh out loud when I drew the card, and as with most games of Cards Against Humanity, I tend to pick the card that I would want to choose if it were my turn to select a winner. To be honest, though, any one of them would have made a great answer.

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