Netflix has teamed up with Cards Against Humanity, a party game 'for horrible people', to launch House of Cards Against Humanity.
Cards Against Humanity is a cult card game where each round, one player asks a question from a black card, and everyone else answers with their funniest white card.
The funniest answer wins, and the game is full to the brim of rude, offensive, daft and hilariously innapproporate cards.
To mark the arrival of House of Cards season two, Netflix and Cards Against Against Humanity has created a pack based on the hit show.
"Last month, someone in the Netflix marketing department had an epiphany: House of Cards and Cards Against Humanity both contain the word 'cards'," read a statement from Cards Against Humanity.
"When we got a phone call from Netflix, we enthusiastically agreed that the two products indeed contain the word 'cards'.
"One month and many brainstorming sessions later, we completed the House of Cards Pack: 25 brand-new cards about power, politics, passive-aggressive handjobs, and other scenes that we can never unsee."
The pack has now sold out, but fans can still print out the deck themselves here.