After pranksters sent the militia group occupying an Oregon federal bird sanctuary boxes of sex toys, the founder of Cards Against Humanity joined in on the fun by mailing the anti-government zealots a 55-gallon drum of personal lubricant.


Max Temkin dropped over $1,000 to ship Ammon Bundy and the other militants occupying the Malheur Wildlife Refuge a large blue tub of “Passion Natural Water-Based Lubricant,” according to an invoice he tweeted out Wednesday.


Temkin even sprung for expedited shipping.


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“I hope nobody shoots me with a gun,” the co-founder of the irreverent card game tweeted shortly after he posted the order of lube.


“I don’t want to get shot over a joke because I know my obituary will be like ‘he finally went too far.’”


The humorless militia group weren’t happy about receiving earlier gag gifts, including sex toys and candies in the shape of penises.


They received the snarky packages after posting their address and asking supporters to send them a list of publicized supplies.


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Jon Ritzheimer–whose “Daddy Swore An Oath” video that he recorded pledging his allegiance to the Oregon militia’s cause went viral–posted another video condemning the prank packages and swiping them off a table in front of him.


“It’ really ridiculous,” Ritzheimer fumes in the video while showing off the sex toys and adult candies. “This one is really funny, it’s a bag of d***s,” he said, without a smile.


The group of militants and ranchers have been occupying in the federal wildlife reserve outside of Burns, Oregon since Jan. 2 in protest of the federal government’s land use policies and the imprisonment of Oregon ranchers Dwight and Steven Hammond on federal arson charges.


Law enforcement have yet to intervene on the group who have showed no signs of leaving until their grievances are resolved.

lbult@nydailynews.com

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