250,000 people signed up for ten mystery gifts in December.
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We’ve hidden a really hard puzzle in this year’s gifts. There’s an enormous prize for the person or group who helps solve it.
For Day One, we sent 250,000 people a card with their name on it.If you’re reading this, you’re probably not one of them.
For Day Two, we sent out a bunch of stickers that you definitely shouldn’t use to vandalize public property — that would be wrong. But if you've found that you’ve done that, tag your photos on Instagram as #CAHStickers.
For Day Three, we sent you a pack of cards called “The Ghost of Kwanzaa Past.” They’re about the worst moments in recent history, like war crimes and Blockbuster late fees.
For Day Four, we asked some of our favorite artists to make up a special holiday comic strip, and we printed it on newsprint,like the good ol’ days.
For Day Five, we wrote a pack of cards called
“The Ghost of Kwanzaa Present.” Everything is terrible.
For Day Six, we sent everyone a copy of Slap .45, a simple slap game where you duel your friends in a classic Western-style shootout.
For Day Seven, we sent everyone the “Ghost of Kwanzaa Future” pack about the inevitable course of events, like rising sea levels consistent with scientific predictions and The Great Lizard Uprising of 2352.
For Day Eight, we sent everyone a packet of Miracle Berries - tablets that temporarily make sour foods taste sweet. We're pretty sure it’s legal to send these through the mail.
For Day Nine we spent $250,000 of your money to bribe public officials. See how we spent your cash here.
For Day 10, we bought a private island and everyone who subscribed got a square foot of it. Congratulations, you can all now say you own a small piece of a private island at parties.
Sorry to lose you as a customer.