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    Drinking games

    Lots of folks go through a booze phase during college or sometime after turning 21 (or even before if you had nice friends or looked particularly swarthy for your age). Anyone remember playing quarters? (okay, I'll rephrase - remember that you played quarters?). Just compiling a list of stupid drinking games we played in our youthful and irresponsible days. Some popular ones I recall: "Hi Bob" - players would watch the Bob Newhart show and whenever someone uttered the phrase "Hi, Bob" everyone would drink. During the first Gulf War, I understand 'scud' (drink whenever you hear the word 'scud') was a popular game to play while watching CNN.
    Back in the day I remember a dice game called 'Mexican' - don't ask me to regurgitate the rules, I only know it involved rolling dice and drinking heavily.
    People will miss that it once meant something to be Southern or Midwestern. It doesn't mean much now, except for the climate. The question, “Where are you from?” doesn't lead to anything odd or interesting. They live somewhere near a Gap store, and what else do you need to know? - Garrison Keillor

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    a$$hole was a fun drinking game...

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    Scarface game- every time he says F### take a sip.
    Century Club - shot of beer every minute for 100 minutes
    3 man - a dice game, don't remember the rules
    Give on Take one - you predict the colour of the next card, if you get it right to get to give the number of sips on the card, if you get it wrong you take them.
    Quarters
    Caps - sitting on the floor, a few feet apart from eachother, you have a beer bottle in front of you with a cap on it and flick caps at it, if you hit it they have to drink, if you miss you drink.
    Mailbox baseball
    Too lazy to beat myself up for being to lazy to beat myself up for being too lazy to... well you get the point....

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    I don't think drinking should be considered a game. It's a very serious business to me.

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    two words

    Beer Checkers
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    Beer pong was my fav in my younger years.
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    We enjoyed Kingcup, Circle of Death, and Kings all of which assigned different dinking task to each card in a deck. Like "4" girls drink, "9" rhyme time (everyone had to rhyme to the phase the card puller said, if not you drink), "3" give three drinks, etc. . They were pretty much all the same KC: when you pulled a king you added to the cup unless you were the one to pull the 4th king and than you drank the cup, CofD: if broke the ring of cards you drank a beer or the cup, K: after you pulled a card you placed it under the tab of an unopened beer till someone broke the seal and that person drank the beer.

    Oh and Drunk-jinga, we did some thing similar with each jinga piece

    We also played A-Hole (if no one listen to the president the game was no fun), Golf ( 4 cards lowest score wins)

    We mostly played more party cup games like beer-pong (aka bayrot), flip-cup

    We also play quarters, speed quarters, and baseball (use quarters and three different sized glasses)
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    the best of the best, simple

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    LOL...we played this game last night where whenever you left the dorm room to go to the bathroom or whatever and came back in you had to take another shot.
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    I played "drink the Police Chief under the table" last night...not a fun game the next morning

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    Quote Originally posted by Jaxspra
    I played "drink the Police Chief under the table" last night...not a fun game the next morning
    Somewhere on a law enforcement forum.....
    Quote Originally posted by Police Chief
    I played "drink the Historic Preservation planner under the table" last night...not a fun game the next morning
    Last edited by noottamevas; 02 Dec 2005 at 2:25 PM.

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    Truth of Dare ('nough said).

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    Star Trek (Next Generation) was a big TV related drinking game - I'm sure I've seen the "rules" posted online somwhere...stuff like, everyone drinks when Picard says "make it so", or the expendable crew member dies.

    [un-PC] the most popular drinking game from my reservist days was "Indians". It was very hard to follow...everyone starts drumming on the table, someone starts off with a hand signal to another player, that player repeats the signal, adds another one, and so on until someone screws up the chain. [/un-PC]

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    Quote Originally posted by savemattoon
    Somewhere on a law enforcement forum.....
    LOL!! But the way I feel right now, I KNOW I won the game

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    Have a drink on me by AC/DC. Drink when ever the phrase is sung.
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    I just recalled another old standby - tongue twisters.
    I had a handful of them so well memorized/practiced that even while obliterated I could still avoid a drink (where's the fun in that you ask?) and be sure of making someone else got their shot.

    Say "A box of biscuits, a box of mixed biscuits and a biscuit mixer" or "the sixth sheik's sixth sheep's sick"

    Say the following three times in rapid succession:
    "Black bug's blood"
    "toy boat"

    My favorite, though, I wouldn't spring until everyone had a good snootful
    "I'm not the fig plucker I'm the fig plucker's son and I won't pluck figs til the fig plucker comes"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally posted by giff57
    Have a drink on me by AC/DC. Drink when ever the phrase is sung.
    Roxanne - Guys drink on "red light", Girls drink on "Roxanne" (or just chug the length of the song)

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    I also tried this one once in college....we didn't make it through ESB.

    The Star Wars Drinking Game:

    To play the Star Wars Drinking Game, you will need:

    1. The Star Wars Trilogy (one movie for a short game)
    2. An ample supply of your favorite beverage.
    3. A really good sound system, so the explosions seem to happen all around you. Kapow! (optional)

    The game begins right as "20th Century Fox" appears on the screen.

    Once the game has begun, you watch the movie for the listed events. Every time one of them occurs, everybody takes a sip of their drink.
    Drink when:
    • Someone has a bad feeling about this.
    • It's their only hope.
    • An entire planet is described as having one climate.
    • Somebody gets choked.
    • A woman other than Leia is on screen
    • An old Jedi starts to ramble about the Force. (Vader counts.)
    • Somebody's hand gets cut off.
    • A gigantic technological marvel explodes in a single blast.
    • There is a tremor in the Force.
    • It's not someone's fault
    • One or more heroes are almost eaten by a Thing
    • A Jedi is much more powerful than he looks
    • Someone exclaims "No!"
    • Someone does something apparently suicidal that turns out to be a good idea
    • Twice if it's not Han
    • Someone wears the same outfit in all three movies--it counts if they change at the end
    • Someone is mind-controled using the Force
    • People kiss
    • A good guy wears white or a bad guy wears black
    • Twice if a bad guy wears white and a good guy wears black (for uniforms, only the first person on screen counts)
    • Three times if someone hovering in between wears gray
    • Every time you find yourself talking to the people on screen
    • An elaborately made up alien has no lines
    • Someone or something tries to get money from Han
    • Some ship crashes into something after being hit.
    • Someone has a light saber duel (includes just using light saber)
    • An Ewok dies, and the camera lingers longer than it did when the Death Star exploded, killing billions of people. (Fourteen seconds. Count'em.)
    • It is Luke's destiny.
    • Luke whines.
    • Luke discovers a long-lost relative.
    • Luke fights monsters or savages.
    • Luke does some nifty acrobatic flip.
    • Luke teeters on the brink of a chasm.
    • Luke is upside-down
    • Luke and Lando are in the same place at the same time
    • Twice if they speak to each other
    • Luke's parentage is Foreshadowed
    • Luke refuses to take someone's advice
    • Luke yells "Artooooo!"
    • Leia insults somebody.
    • Leia wears an outfit that covers everything except her face and hands
    • Twice if it covers her neck
    • Three times if she's almost totally nude
    • Obi-Wan Kenobi materializes for a guest appearance.
    • Obi-Wan Kenobi plays detective. ("...Only Imperial Stormtroopers are so precise.")
    • Han brags about the Millenium Falcon.
    • Anybody insults the Millenium Falcon.
    • Something doesn't work on the Falcon
    • Twice if it's the hyperdrive
    • Yoda uses bad grammar.
    • Yoda talks like a fortune cookie.
    • R2-D2 gets thrashed.
    • R2-D2 plugs into the wrong socket and his head spins around.
    • C-3PO loses a body part. (Take two drinks if he is completely dismembered.)
    • C-3PO informs us of just how many forms of communication he's familiar with
    • A Rebel pilot is of a race other than white
    • Twice if they're non human (co-pilots count)
    • A Rebel Pilot says "Nice Shot..."
    • A Rebel Pilot says "I've been hit..."
    • Tarkin brags about the Death Star.
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    Quote Originally posted by NHPlanner
    I also tried this one once in college....we didn't make it through ESB.

    The Star Wars Drinking Game:

    To play the Star Wars Drinking Game, you will need:

    1. The Star Wars Trilogy (one movie for a short game)
    2. An ample supply of your favorite beverage.
    3. A really good sound system, so the explosions seem to happen all around you. Kapow! (optional)

    The game begins right as "20th Century Fox" appears on the screen.

    Once the game has begun, you watch the movie for the listed events. Every time one of them occurs, everybody takes a sip of their drink.
    Drink when:
    • Someone has a bad feeling about this.
      SNIP
    • Tarkin brags about the Death Star.
    My god, NHPlanner, how can anyone: 1. remember all those conditions and 2. Find time to breathe?????
    People will miss that it once meant something to be Southern or Midwestern. It doesn't mean much now, except for the climate. The question, “Where are you from?” doesn't lead to anything odd or interesting. They live somewhere near a Gap store, and what else do you need to know? - Garrison Keillor

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    The game "drink the beer" Guess what you win when you finish?

    Another beer!!

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    Quote Originally posted by donk
    Scarface game- every time he says F### take a sip.
    I read somewhere that he dropped the F-bomb 253 times in that movie!
    Those musta been some mighty happy times.
    People will miss that it once meant something to be Southern or Midwestern. It doesn't mean much now, except for the climate. The question, “Where are you from?” doesn't lead to anything odd or interesting. They live somewhere near a Gap store, and what else do you need to know? - Garrison Keillor

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    We used to play the "Name Game". Basically, if you had six people, you first take a drink and and a word to your first name that has the same, like "Drunken Dave". Next, the first person must, a) recall each persons complete name, b) add another word to the person on your left. It keeps going, and anytime you cannot recall each persons name... you drink.

    The furthest I remember is four modifiers in front of a name. It isn't easy as it may seem. I can't remember my own from that night, but my friend to the left was "Pitiful Plastered Perverted Peeping Paul"...
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    since I can drink now-

    This is the Rachel Ray drinking game. It's great since I'm such a lightweight now- woo hooo!

    Rachael Ray has such an abrasive personality, any of her many shows on the Food Network can make a great drinking game. Here are some rules to use when you're up for getting sloshed in 30 Minutes or less.

    Sayings:
    "EVOO" 1 drink
    "Sammie" 1 drink
    "Healthful" 1 drink
    "Stoup" 2 drinks
    "GB" 2 drinks
    "Spoonula" 2 drinks
    "Fry-o-lator" 3 drinks
    any of the above followed by an explanation of what it stands for +1 drink
    "Yummo" 1 drink
    "Delish!" 1 drink
    "Awesome" 1 drink
    "How _____ is that?" 1 drink
    creates an all-new and completely unnecessary abbreviation whole drink

    Presentation:
    repeats herself 1 drink
    talks for so long without taking a breath that she nearly runs out of air 2 drinks
    makes an awkward, spastic gesture with her arm 2 drinks
    voice cracks 2 drinks
    forces a laugh at something not funny 2 drinks
    mispronounces "foreign" words such as "paprika" or "tapas" 2 drinks
    is visibly flustered 3 drinks

    Cooking:
    comes back from refrigerator carrying too many ingredients 2 drinks
    drops something on her way back whole drink
    fails to provide a measurement and tells you to "eyeball it" 1 drink
    provides an obviously wrong measurement, e.g. "about a tablespoon" while she dumps in a half-cup of something 2 drinks
    uses a "secret ingredient" 2 drinks
    the "secret ingredient" is nutmeg 3 drinks
    mentions "the thing that makes you go Hmmm" 1 drink
    "the thing that makes you go Hmmm" is nutmeg 3 drinks
    creates a "healthful" meal that clearly contains over 50g of fat 2 drinks
    makes a "gourmet" dish out of cheap ingredients (e.g. Tiramisu with nilla wafers and whipped cream) 3 drinks
    expresses how good something tastes while she's still lifting fork to her mouth 2 drinks
    takes such a big mouthful of something it takes several seconds before she can talk again 2 drinks
    ruins something and tries to play it off as no big deal 3 drinks

    Travelling:
    leaves a crappy tip 2 drinks
    rudely shoves her nose in something to smell it 2 drinks
    claims a dessert by itself is somehow a legitimate lunch or dinner 2 drinks
    wears anything midriff-revealing 3 drinks
    When Jesus said "love your enemies", he probably didn't mean kill them.

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    In undergrad one wenkend the girls in the apt next door wrote sayings on all their Jenga pieces. When you pulled a piece it read something like "take a shot". Good weekend.

    I always liked Quarters myself.
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