Lance Armstrong Gets Perfect Card in Cards Against Humanity. You Know the One.

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On October 2nd, 1996, professional cyclist Lance Armstrong was diagnosed with stage three testicular cancer. On October 3rd, he underwent an orchiectomy to remove his cancerous testicle. Armstrong's cancer had already spread to other parts of his body, and things looked grim. But as we all know, Lance Armstrong survived his battle with cancer, created a pretty dopey yellow bracelet, won a few gajillion Tour de Frances, and was eventually outed for his use of performance enhancing drugs.

Cards Against Humanity is an incredibly popular party game that has players match answer cards with question cards. Cards Against Humanity shares some gameplay aspects to another popular game, Apples to Apples, where a question card receives answer cards from all players, and the "reader" decides the best answer of the bunch. But the thing about CAH is that it's terrible, depraved, disgusting, and hilarious. It's self-described as "a game for horrible people," and as despicable and awkward–just like you and your friends.

On May 18th, 2014, Lance Armstrong and Cards Against Humanity matched up in an absolutely beautiful moment.


What a truly wonderful time to be alive, folks.

Image via Lance Armstrong, Twitter

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