Best Drinking Games You Can Organize at Home - Part 2
Following our previous guide, you may have certainly spiced up your party by organising some of the most exciting and economical drinking games. However, they can get monotonous beyond a point. Fret not. Here we present to you another assortment of some intoxicating (quite literally) drinking games:
1. Edward 40 HandsA tribute to Tim Burton?s film Edward Scissor Hands, Edward 40 Hands is the perfect game to get people drunk quickly. All you need is a duct tape and two 40 oz beer bottles per person. Tape one 40 to each hand and this cannot be removed until both the bottles are empty. In this way, you restrict the person from doing anything else, e.g., answering the phone, door, or even nature?s call! Requirements: High liver and bladder capacity.
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2. KingsThis rather unpredictable game can make your body shudder after drinking, but after all that?s what multiplies the excitement. A deck of cards has to be dealt with one at a time. It must be faced up to each player. The first person to get a King picks the spirit?it could be beer, whisky, wine, or anything else. The second person to get a King chooses the mixer; the dreadful concoction could be made of wine and coconut water. The third person who gets a King will have to sponsor the liquor and mixers. The fourth unfortunate person to land up with a King will be doomed to drink this nasty cocktail. However, there is a catch. The person who chooses the liquor or mixer could also be the one to drink this gooey concoction. However, do not go easy on the drinker even though it may be you yourself to maximise the fun. Requirements: Will power and the ability to hold your breath while drinking.
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3. Flip cupAlso famous as Flippy Cup, Canoe, and Tippy Cup, this game requires two teams with same number of members. It is a relay race game played with plastic drinking glasses. Every member is given a drink, maybe Royal Challenge Whisky shots. Facing the opposite team, every member must down their glass and then flip the cup from the edge of the table using their fingers to the upside-down position. After the completion of this task, the next member downs his/her cup and follows suit. The first team to finish wins, and can decide how to penalise the losing team. Requirements: Dexterity and speed.
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