Lance Armstrong played ‘Cards Against Humanity’ and the game turned awkward when the biker received a very interesting card that literally had his name written all over it.
Lance Armstrong, 42, did not draw a good hand when he sat down to play “Cards Against Humanity” over the weekend with friends. The former Tour de France winner managed to pluck out of the deck a card that had his name all over it — literally. And let’s just say that he was shocked at what he saw, so much so that he posted a picture.
Lance Armstrong’s ‘Cards Against Humanity’ Game Turns Awkward With ‘Missing Testicle’ Card
While Lance was playing the popular party game, he looked down at his cards and saw a direct reference to his past battle with cancer. Sadly or hilariously, Lance found a “Cards Against Humanity” card emblazoned with “Lance Armstrong’s missing testicle.”
The game is pretty much a dirty version of the game Apples to Apples. The party favorite has players match white answer cards with black question cards. The player who puts down the black card each round determines who had the best, and usually the funniest, match.
Lance was diagnosed with cancer in 1996 and subsequently had one of his testicles surgically removed as a result. After be beat cancer, Lance went on to win the Tour de France several more times. Sadly, those wins would be taken away in 2012.
Lance’s ‘Cards Against Humanity’ Game: ‘Missing Testicle’ Card Makes For Awkward Moment
In January we reported that Lance was again having his medals stripped away after it was confirmed that he was doping throughout his career. To make matter worse, it was revealed that Lance bullied his team into doping as well.
In a televised interview with Oprah Winfrey Lance came clean with all that he had done to be number one in the world.
HollywoodLifers, do you think it was funny or tragic that Lance found the card that references his past battle with cancer? Tell us what you think.
— Bryant Perkins