Fan Expo Toronto
Here we see Ian, a certified American and Cards Against Humanity writer, apologizing for how little Americans care about the sport of curling.
I Really Like This Sign
We placed several cheeky little apologies around the booth. This one makes me giggle.
People Liked It
While it is true that I did have to chase some red hat-wearing Chads out of my booth once or twice, everyone else really loved the booth. Further, after working with the Cards Against Humanity community for five years, I fear nothing and cannot be killed.
As a time and cost-saving measure, we strapped the apology booth to the roof of a rented minivan, loaded up all of our expensive and delicate audio equipment, and drove to and from Toronto. This was neither the first nor the last time I would drive a precariously-loaded vehicle on behalf of Cards Against Humanity. I have many skills.