Fan Expo Toronto

Fan Expo Canada

At Fan Expo Canada, we handed out free apology letters on behalf of the United States. Cards Against Humanity staffers cycled through the booth saying sorry for serious stuff like the Paris Agreement, or more silly things like how good the Blackhawks are (were).

Fan Expo Toronto

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

I Really Like This Sign

We placed several cheeky little apologies around the booth. This one makes me giggle.

People Liked It

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. 

You can read what other people thought of it on Reddit.

You can see more pictures that some Canadian internet rando took here

"Fun" Fact

"Fun" Fact

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.