Chandelier

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Date: Fri, 2 Apr 1999 16:38:24 -0800 (PST)
From: ByungHee Joo 
To: drink@slashpalace.org

great site...a game u missed though:
"chandelier"

one big communal glass (about 24 oz.) in the middle of the table, all the players' (6 or more players best,) glasses surrounding the big glass, with no space between glasses. All the glasses are full of beer.

Each player takes turns bouncing the quarter. a player drinks a sip when the quarter lands in his glass. empty glasses are refilled. If the quarter lands in the middle big glass, everyone chugs their own glasses. the last one done must chug the big one.

Notes: multiple quarters needed, since fishing them out of half full glasses is messy.(careful not to chug the quarter u forgot was in your glass!)

this is a good game w/women, since it's easy to handicap (small or large glasses)

if everyone's glasses are low on beer and your is full, u might want to aim for your own so u have a chance when the big one gets hit.

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