No. I'm not "Holding it Wrong". I just don't find it funny. For the uninatiated, here's the low-down.
CAH is like Blankety Blank designed by Beavis & Butthead [and even less funny than that makes it sound!].
Basically you sit round with a handful of cards upon which are written names of famous people, rude sounding actions, disgusting objects and so forth.
1: The person whose turn it is picks up a 'question' card and reads out something like: "This Christmas in order to raise viewing figures, the BBC are going to show a live special featuring BLANK throwing BLANK on BLANK".
2: The other players shuffle through their cards looking for "hilarious" things to fill the blanks with. Everyone then puts their chosen cards in the middle and the 'questioner' then re-reads the question with the blanks suitably filled in, before judging one of the efforts the winner ie. the one with the most Oscar Wildean rapier-witted comedy potential.
Because the game is almost exclusively played by right-on middle class people, the designers have made sure to include plenty of cards referencing subjects which will give said 'Nathan Barleys' a shiver of politically incorrect delight. So, the 'responses' to the putative question above might be along the lines of:
"This Christmas in order to raise viewing figures, the BBC are going to show a live special featuring THE QUEEN throwing DOG SHIT on A BLACK MAN."
"This Christmas in order to raise viewing figures, the BBC are going to show a live special featuring PAEDOPHILES throwing MONKEY SPERM on A CANCER VICTIM."
This Christmas in order to raise viewing figures, the BBC are going to show a live special featuring A LEATHER CLAD GAY throwing MOSLEMS on JESUS.
As these ripostes are read out by the original questioner, the other players will alternate between feigned shock and slightly too enthusiastic laughter. All the time smug in the knowledge that the game and not themselves is responsible for the outrageous things being said.
Yeah. you're right. It's genius. I obviously just don't get it!