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The more, the merrier; call out as many people as you can for Truth or Drink because this is going to blow the party away. Make sure you have enough beer to go around for this one so no one has an empty cup.




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Fun to set up and easy to play; this great game takes the cake for being the No.1 beer drinking game ever. You shoot the ball, and if the ball lands in the cup, you have to drink the contents of the cup, i.e., beer.


As soon as the first player cup lands perfectly on the edge of the table, the next player can start drinking his cup, and the race goes on with the rest of the players. Whichever is the first team that flips the last cup first wins the game.


If you think you are a true Jenga master, this version will tell you how true that is. Add dares to each Jenga block, and start playing. Pull out a block, do the dare or drink the beer. If you tip the block over, drink up and start over.


For this one, you will need to make a tiny investment, a beer chessboard, but rest assured this is a good investment. One side plays with light beer cans, while the other plays with regular beer cans.


Setup: The quintessential skill-based drinking game, Beer Pong typically requires a full-length table, 20 plastic cups arranged in a 4-3-2-1 triangle on each side, and 2 ping pong balls. The number of cups can vary, as can the mode of drinking. Some prefer to pour their beers into the cups, while others use water in the cups and drink their beer separately.


If pouring beer directly in cups, you will require 2 more water cups to dip the balls into as a nominal cleaning method. However, years of editorial experience in this realm combined with common sense dictate that the logical, more hygienic and better-tasting method would be to use water in your cups and drink your beer separately. It also makes for easier cleanup.


The cards drawn are placed under the tab of the communal can, and eventually amass to a point where their combined pressure pops the top. Whomever has the honor of placing the offending card must drink the full beer.


However, there's a twist! If someone else in the group has a card with the same number (the five of hearts, for example) they can 'save' the chosen person and pass the drinking on to someone else (gaining a friend but also making an enemy).


The best part is the numbers stack up. That means that when they pass on the drinking it doubles up to ten seconds, and so on until all the fives have been dealt. This means if the odds aren't in your favour, you could be drinking for up to 20 seconds (or even longer for the higher-value cards).


The last person to do so has to drink, and take all the cards from the pile in the middle. The aim of the game is to get rid of all your cards first. The drunker you get, the harder it gets.Mr and MrsYou might have seen Mr and Mrs played at weddings, but it actually works pretty well as a drinking game too. It's a game that works best in small groups of people who know each other quite well (or where everyone has at least one person they know well). It's perfect for playing with housemates.


  • The number of drinks is up to you. You could give out drinks corresponding to the number on the card, or to the level of the column the card is in (one, two, three or four). As long as people are drinking, you're doing it right.

Fuzzy DuckLooking for drinking games without cards? Fuzzy Duck is a really easy, minimal-effort drinking game that's quick to get going. However, it can get boring after a short while, so don't expect to be playing it all night.


  • It goes without saying, mess up and you have to drink.

International Drinking RulesIf you don't want the stress and hassle of an 'organised fun' drinking game, or there are simply too many people to make it feasible, then International Drinking Rules is the perfect compromise.


  • Of course, when the panic sets in (combined with the alcohol), people tend to shout out the weirdest words, which is what makes this one so funny.

PicoloYes, drinking games now come in app form. Picolo is great if you're ever caught short without the usual drinking game paraphernalia like playing cards and cups.


  • You can understand why this is a freshers' week favourite. It's the perfect way to indulge your nosiness and find things out about your new flatmates.

Ring of FireRing of Fire is the ultimate drinking game. Also going by the name of 'Kings', 'King's Cup' and various other aliases, you can't go wrong with this one.


Now, the main problem with Ring of Fire is that the exact rules for the drinking game vary around the country and often lead to disagreements. So without further ado, here is the Save the Student *official* version, to help you solve any arguments.


  • If the ball lands in the cup, one of the members of the opposing team has to drink it. The first side to get rid of all the cups wins and gets bragging rights for the rest of the night (or maybe the year if it was a particularly spectacular victory).

Note: Please don't ever feel pressured into taking part in drinking games or downing your drink if you're not up for it. You know your own limitations, and your friends will appreciate you more for saying no than they will if they have to carry you home at midnight.


These are the best drinking games you can play without being a nuisance, and are equally suitable for your next bachelor or bachelorette party. Many take no extra materials other than your mind and a drink in hand, while others require easy to find objects.


These drinking games for two are ideal for an awkward first date, or for when you are at a bar with a buddy and just want to liven things up a little. You can add more people to both, just in case others want to join in the fun.


Rules: One player keeps the time on their phone or from a clock, while another is the artist who is or is about to become a drunken artist. The time keeper whispers a word to the artist and starts the timer while the artist draws what the word is and the rest of the players try and guess. The timer stops when someone finally gets it. The artist takes one drink for every 20 seconds it took the crowd to figure it out. Think of it like Pictionary, but for bar drinking.


At any time in the game, a player may ask for the cups to be fixed. This is not to get confused with racking. This is simply putting the cups back to where they would have been had they not slid or been knocked out of position. Getting a beer pong rack helps keep things in good order.


Every now and then we find ourselves looking for ways to spice up a party, get people to loosen up, and make it more fun. Enter: drinking games, old and new. Drinking games are not only easy, but they're also special because they bring the whole party together and act as an icebreaker, which allows people to get to know each other. Finding yourself in a rut thinking of which games to play? Here a five dice drinking games that are sure to shake things up and get the party started. All you need is a pair of dice and some fun loving people.


This game becomes super easy once the players get the hang of it. Firstly, place a pint sized glass on the centre of the table and all the players have to agree on a point a marked line should be drawn on the glass. Next, place a the pitcher of beer on the table so that the glass can be refilled with ease.


The object of the game is to pick a person to drink the very first pint before the other player can roll a 7, 11, or a double on the dice.The first player rolls both dice and as soon as he rolls a 7, 11, or a double, he then picks another player to drink the next glass of beer.


Note: The dice should be rolled on a board or tray. If the dice touch the table, the roller has to drink the pint of beer. If the next player touches the dice before the drinker (person who has to drink) touches the glass, that player drinks instead.


Again a game that involves splitting into two teams, Flip Cup is fairly ferocious. Have two plastic cups ready at the same end of the table and each team forming an orderly line. The first two members of each team kick it off by placing their plastic cup face down over the edge of the table and attempting to flip it so it lands in an upright position. After achieving this, the cup then goes down the line to the next person. The team to finish first wins, the losing team then has to down their drinks. This is one of the most fun team drinking games and will have you laughing all night long.


This great drinking game for adults only works if one of the pair drinks at a time, so they have to be critically honest. If both of them drink simultaneously they have to drink again. However, if neither of them goes to drink, they have to have a forfeit drink.


Most of the people, especially the students will be soon going on vacations to enjoy this summertime, for which partying is the cornerstone. Just sitting around for drinking can get pretty boring, hence *drumroll* DRINKING GAMES to liven up the experience.


Though banned in some colleges and universities, these games never fail to lighten up a party. Party in dorm rooms is another way to live through your college experience. All this leads to games played in the party, whether sober or not. And there are only three words for it: Fun drinking party games.


The circle of death drinking game closely resembles Kings. The equipment required for this game are just one deck of cards and a middle cup. The player draws one card on his turn and then performs actions based on his card and color. Players sit around a circular table and place a nasty drink in the center. The cards are dealt and placed face down around the center glass. Each player picks up cards, one at a time. As soon as each player picks up a card, he/she has to perform an action associated with that card. Below are the rules for each card:


First of all, a beer pong is in order, and of course, a stack of pin pong balls. A packet of 16-oz plastic cups are also required, and it would be great if they are red cups. Two formations will be set up, of 10 cups each, on either side of the ping pong table. Cups form a shape of a triangle, filled with two to three ounces of beer. The game can be played with two or more players. 041b061a72


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