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Cards Against Humanity Teams with Sir Mix-A-Lot on 'Ass Pack' Expansion

The fine folks behind Cards Against Humanity have partnered with Sir Mix-A-Lot for the most recent Ass Pack expansion. The company even shared the news in a video featuring the rapper behind 1992's hit song, "Baby Got Back."

Sitting in front of a roaring fire, Sir Mix-A-Lot made the announcement while sporting a velvet jacket and black hat, whiskey in-hand as classical music plays.

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"Hello, Anthony L. Ray here," he says. "You may know me better by my stage name, Sir Mix-A-Lot. Cards Against Humanity chose me to be the official spokesperson of the Ass Pack, so today I officially endorse this quality product. […] Some cards are even penned by yours truly. This pack comes with the official Sir Mix-A-Lot quality guarantee."

In the Frequently Asked Questions section of the site, the company confirmed that Sir Mix-A-Lot did, indeed, write some of the newest cards, claiming he was "SUCH a goofball. Very humble. Super nice."

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The Ass Pack -- containing 30 "juicy cards about butts" -- is available online or, according to the rapper, at 1-900-MIXALOT. It joins the 2000s Nostalgia Pack, which features 30 cards about "the decade that no one knows what to call it" as the latest expansions for Cards Against Humanity. Both are now available to purchase.

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