A simple dice game to mix up who is drinking what and who has to pay for it.
You roll 5 dice and only count the 1’s. The total is cumulative across everyone playing. If you roll a 1 you keep rolling. If you don’t roll a 1 then you pass the dice. Someone has to keep count. At 7 that person picks the shot, the worse the better :), at 14 that person pays for the shot, At 17 you start pulling dice out and at 21 that person pays for the shot.
Pulling the dice: You pull the dice so that you reach 21 exactly and can’t go over. It also makes the end game more interesting.
- 7 – that person picks the shot.
- 14 – that person pays for the shot.
- 17 – start pulling the dice that are rolled as 1’s out.
- 21 – that person drinks the shot.
This the classic game that is used to decide arguments. In this version everyone is playing everyone else. You can win and lose multiple times during a round.
- Each round is done by “throwing” with your and one of the hand gestures
- Do not actually throw a rock or a pair of scissors this is dangerous and as you drink more it will be increasingly difficult to dodge them.
- Each gesture is thrown on 3. Everyone says “One, Two, Throw” on Throw you show your gesture.
- Resolve the gestures and then drink.
What Beats What
- Rock beats Scissors
- Scissors beats Paper
- Paper beats Rock
- For each loss you drink.
- If everyone ties then everyone drinks.
- First person to finish their drink has to buy the next round.
Drink Unsuspecting Small Town Establishments Dry
The premise is simple, get a group of people together and go drink a small town bar dry.
Get a group of about 10 to 20 people together, the more the merrier. Day of the week doesn’t really matter, you are going to pick a bar that isn’t normally packed on a weekend anyways. Before you get to the location pick a liquor or beer that everyone is going to drink. Its good to pick a couple a head of time. You don’t want to have to organize a bunch of drunks in a bar. Then go down your list drinking the establishment out all of the things.
Bonus points if you go to a cafe or dinner instead of a bar.
The Princess Bride is a movie that was released in 1987. It’s full of action, drama, love and comedy. If you want to know more check out the IMDB page http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0093779/.
Any time you hear one of the following phrases you drink.
- As you wish
- Hello my name is Inigo Montoya. you killed my father. prepare to die.
- True Love
- Princess Buttercup
For Advanced drinkers include:
- Dreaded Pirate Roberts is mentioned
- The Six-Fingered Man is mentioned
- Every time it cuts back to Fred Savage and his grandfather.
The premise is simple, when you finish your first beer you tape the new beer to the top of your finished beer(s). The more you drink the longer your staff (beer tower) gets. Person with the longest staff wins.
- Duct Tape, lots of duct tape
- Canned beer
- After you finish your first beer you attach the second beer on top of it with duct tape. Then continue drinking…
- All beers consumed must be attached to your staff.
The game is simple, find a NASCAR race on TV and drink for every lap. The races last about 3 – 4 hours. Make sure you have a comfy seat and plenty of beer before starting this one.
A NASCAR race.
- Take a drink for every lap.
- For every caution flag double your drinks (or take a shot)
- Every time your selected driver changes position take a drink.
This drinking game can be played with any American Football game but was made for the Championship.
An American Football game
- Any time during the game (both teams):
- Completed pass: 1 drink
- Field Goal: 1 drink
- Touchdown: 3 drinks
- Safety / 2 point conversion: 4 drinks
- Same as normal rules except: only pick one team.
- Same as normal rules except: Change completed passes to any Pass Attempt.
Moose is a quarters style game. Everyone takes turns moving around the table trying to nounce the quarter into the ice tray. Depending on where the quarter lands decides how many drinks are given or received or nothing happens at all. Get the quarter in the top row and you yell “moose” last person to put their hands up to their head like a moose looses and has to find the quarter which will be hidden in someone’s hand while the “moose” has his back turned. For every wrong guess the “Moose” has to drink.
Ice Cube Tray
Table you can bounce a quarter on.
- Lean the ice cube tray against the large cup so that the tray is at an angle.
- Put some beer into the large cup
- Bounce the quarter off the table into the ice cube tray
- Quarter lands on the
- left side of the tray you give out drinks
- right side of the tray you receive drinks
- top row its a “Moose” (see below).
- table, nothing happens.
- in the large cup the thrower picks who drinks the contents
- If the quarter falls off the table and someone catches it then the thrower becomes the Moose (see below).
- Once a moose is called everyone has to put their hands on their head like a moose. The last person to do this is the “Moose”. Unless the quarter is caught falling off the table then the thrower is instantly the moose.
- The Moose has to turn his back to the group while the group hides the quarter in someones hand.
- Everyone puts their hands in the middle trying to hide who has the quarter.
- The “Moose” picks hands until he finds the quarter
- For every hand the Moose picks and doesn’t find the quarter he drinks.
- Once the quarter is found play returns to normal.
- You can add beer (or whatever you are drinking) to the large cup
- If you become the moose
- If you land the quarter on a certain row of the ice cube tray.
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