As featured on Cincinnati.com, the Cincinnati Business Courier, and the FOX19 Morning Show…

It’s hard to explain what we love most about the original Cards Against Humanity set. Perhaps it’s answer cards that have things like “all-you-can-eat shrimp for $4.99” or maybe it’s the bonding that occurs when we can finally show our twisted sense of humor to our friends. Whatever it is, we had to make a deck that paid homage to our city in the best… and worst… way possible. And they’re for sale now!


With cards featuring everything from “LET PETE ROSE INTO THE DAMN HALL OF FAME!” to “a big boy eating a Big Boy,” there’s a little bit of everything for those looking to poke fun at Cincinnati and its interesting assortment of traditions and residents. While we wish we could list every card in the deck, we like to think that you should see them up close and personal and, quite honestly, we probably shouldn’t be throwing them around for public eyes to see… 😉


The good news is that you can see them up close and personal before buying them at our event this Wednesday, June 15th at the Moerlein Taproom in OTR. Bring some friends along, as we’ll have a number of preview sets on display and you’ll even have the option to purchase them for a one-time-only discounted price of $15. That’s quite a steal, and we won’t even call the cops for taking them at such a price.


The deck has 50 question cards and 250 answer cards, so there’s plenty of content to play and laugh and cry with your friends for hours. Or until you hate each other.

For those who can’t make it, though, there will be sets on sale until the end of time on our website at:


Of course, we would encourage you to order them soon, as we will be fulfilling the orders on a first-come, first-serve basis, and we honestly don’t want to keep you waiting when there are so many horrible jokes to be made. It’s okay, we won’t judge you for being an awful person.


Pro Tip: Ask us to do weird stuff to your cards and we’ll do it. 😉

Matt Teaford is a meatatarian, craft beer enthusiast, and follower of his spirit animal, which he believes to be a Kodiak Bear. He can often be found hiking in the backwoods of Kentucky or bragging about both his hometown of Cincinnati and expansive knowledge of music. Except Polka. He knows nothing about Polka.

Matt founded CityNova because he wants people to experience life for all that it’s worth. He also thinks that nap time should be offered by all employers. Since he found no such opportunity, he thought a startup might be his best chance.

He’s also a political Independent who vies for true transparency and accountability in government, but that’s neither here nor there…