I am in the process of making a Cards Against Humanity deck for The Lost Media Wiki. Though I have a few cards already set up, it's not nearly enough to make a good game of.
I'm taking suggestions as to what the black and white cards for the game should be, and will be adding them to the deck if they are both humorous, and have admin approval. I'll be taking a good look at all suggestions, so be sure to make them great!
What about making a card about Professor Edward Burke (in his vampire disguise) from the famous lost 1927 silent film London After Midnight, with a description like "One of Lon Chaney's most famous roles in his filmography...that no one has seen ever since prints of the film were burnt in a MGM studio vault fire in 1965. His make-up work for the role was impressive back then and still is today."
What about making a card on the English translated name of the main character Mr. Kadabra (or you can use "Clock Man") from the 1976 Czech animated short film O Páradivé Sally (translated to English as About Dressy Sally), with a description like "His existence was thought to be a myth, but he turned out be a real man who will let the children he encounters not forget the morals he tries to send to them. His appearence may be scary, but he's actually a soft and gentle man helping the child do their chores and learn something from it."
What about making a card about the Rapsittie Street Kids in general from the infamous 2002 TV CGI-animated Christmas film Believe in Santa, with a description like "These kids are the stars of an infamously bad 2002 CGI-animated TV Christmas special that only aired once on The WB and didn't resurface online for another 13 years. In particular, the film was criticized for its low-quality animation and poor story."
What do you think of my examples?
Despite the frustrations of normal day life we go through, the best thing to do about it is still being happy for our friends and family.