Bite the Bag

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From: Fisher CoB Student 
To: drink@slashpalace.org
Subject: bite the bag

This is an interesting game I first played as a college freshman. It WILL get you drunk if played correctly.

Ingredients: beer, people (4-8 is optimal), a large PAPER grocery bag, and a fairly large space. An outside deck is perfect.

Everyone stands in a circle around the bag. The first person takes a big drink and bends over to pick the bag up with their mouth. The rule is that only the bottoms of your feet may touch the ground.

Once they have successfully picked the bag up with their teeth, they may rip as large or smallof a piece off of it they wish. The bag is then placed back on the floor, and the next person repeats. The second round everyone takes two big drinks, the third three, and so forth.

By the tenth or eleventh round, the survivors have a huge feat to perform. There are fewer people, so the time between drinks is less, you are consuming most of a beer each turn, and the bag continues to get smaller. It is great to watch innebriated mates try to lick a scrap of paper off the floor. And even greater if that inebriated soul is you. Sounds kind of odd, but this game is a good time.

David Riley
riley.109@osu.edu

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