The rebellion against the absurdities of Black Friday this year by the organization Cards Against Humanity came in the form of raising money to dig a pointless hole in the ground. 

During the last week of November, people “contributed” $100,573, with Cards digging initially for 5.5 seconds per donated dollar. 

Similarly, in 2015, according to an NPM report, Cards raised $71,145 by promising to do “absolutely nothing” with it, and the year before, they raised $180,000 by selling bits of bull dung – making a fairly obvious statement.

When asked why Cards doesn’t just give the money to charity, a spokesperson asked why donors themselves don’t give it to charity. “It’s (their) money.”

Source: National Public Media