The folks over at Cards Against Humanity are known for some wild stunts. In the wake of Donald Trump’s rise, Cards Against Humanity created a Trump bug out bag filled with things to survive the Trump apocalypse including seeds, a can of beans, a Spanish language card, a gas mask and much more. For Black Friday 2015, Cards Against Humanity had a $5 deal where users got nothing in return. That stunt generated $71,145.

For Black Friday 2017, Cards Against Humanity announced it is coming ‘to an end.’ The tongue-in-cheek promotion, which was emailed to fans of the crude card game, said it was getting out of the gaming business to focus on snack food.

“Dear horrible friends,” Cards Against Humanity wrote. “You’ve been with us since the beginning, and today we’re excited to share some important news regarding the future of our company. We’ve done some soul searching and decided that it’s time to bring our hit party game, Cards Against Humanity , to an end. We’re quitting the gaming industry to focus on our real passion: revolutionizing snack food with our new brand, Original Prongles.”

Prongles - Cards Against Humanity Is Cards Against Humanity really coming to end? Probably not but the company did announce a new promotion, Prongles. The Cards Against Humanity stunt is very popular as the chips are already sold out. Photo: Cards Against Humanity

According to the newly formed “Prongles Corporation,” the snack is available online and at Target. The Cards Against Humanity chips come in two flavors. “When you crunch into one of these bad boys, available in both Salt & Potato and Onions & Cream flavors, you’ll go hog wild,” Prongles said. “Once you pop, that’s great.”

On the Prongles website fans are being asked to vote on the next flavor because “Prongles believes in the power of Democracy.” The Prongles flavors up for a vote are 'tacos & burritos,' 'whole fish' and 'America.'

This latest Cards Against Humanity stunt should likely be taken as just that. Lets not forget that the company previously sent poop to people. "The team found a cattle ranch in Texas that sold pasteurized bull feces for shipments and understood 'what we were trying to do,'" Time wrote.

While Cards Against Humanity isn't likely ending, the company says the chips are for real. In fact, the Prongles Cards Against Humanity website lists the chips as "sold out.""It will be fun, it will be weird, and if you voted for Trump, you might want to sit this one out," the company said on its site.

Earlier this month Card Against Humanity announced another Trump stunt. The company said it purchased a piece of land along the U.S. - Mexico border to prevent Trump's border wall. 

"It will be fun, it will be weird, and if you voted for Trump, you might want to sit this one out," the company said on its site.